OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Stores here is conducting an extensive assessment of its capital investment needs in the wake of its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this month, Larry Willis, the company's new president and chief executive officer, told SN last week. Once the assessment is completed, Homeland will submit a formal funding request to its new parent company, Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan., Willis said. "AWG is committed to providing capital funds so we ...

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