MAUMEE, Ohio -- After reporting record sales and earnings for fiscal 1997, Seaway Food Town here said it will grow through acquisitions in 1998 and roll out a new everyday-low-price format in markets it does not now serve. , said the company's investments in facilities renovation and improvement, technology and efficiency programs "have been bearing fruit." "We feel very strongly that facilities updating is of critical importance," Iott said. "We are currently seeking to develop a growth ...

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