BELLEVUE, Wash. (FNS) -- Quality Food Centers, the 40-store chain based here, plans to double the number of stores it currently operates, concentrating growth in this region, Stuart M. Sloan, chairman and chief executive officer, told last week's shareholders' meeting. "Great growth opportunities" exist in the Puget Sound region, he said. "We can double the number of stores we have." Sloan declined to specify the time it might take to achieve such a goal. QFC currently operates in King, ...

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