CHARLOTTE, Mich. - A small retailer is battling to take back the three stores it sold to Carter's Food Centers here five years ago now that the 14-store chain is going through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Fruchey Foods, a family-owned company whose principals had been managing three Carter's stores in Edenville, Gladwin and Beaverton since it sold them to Carter's in 2001, claims that as the landlord for the stores it has the rights to operate them as it had before Carter's went out of business. ...

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