CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Arizona Hispanics may have never felt as loved as when Bashas' Markets turned up the expansion flame on its Food City format. The hometown chain acquired the Food City independent a decade ago -- when it was said to be the top-performing Hispanic supermarket in the state -- and rolled out the concept to 59 sites. By being close to Hispanics in so many communities surrounding its stores statewide, Food City has distinguished itself from large chains Safeway, Kroger-owned ...

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