ATLANTA -- Harry's Farmers Market here reported losses on increased sales for the year and fourth quarter ended Feb. 2. o $116.7 million and 53% for the quarter to $38.7 million. The loss was due to operational problems associated with the startup of three expanded distribution facilities, including the relocation and quadrupling in size of Harry's bakery facility, the tripling in size of its prepared foods operation and the opening of a new produce receiving and inspection facility. ...

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