NEW YORK -- Sloan's Supermarkets here said it has completed an agreement to manage a supermarket chain in Argentina. The deal involves Hawaii Supermarkets, a chain of 14 stores averaging 10,000 square feet in inner-city areas of downtown Buenos Aires. According to John Catsimatidis, chairman and chief executive officer of Sloan's, the company is contemplating renaming the stores "Red Apple," which is the name Catsimatidis formerly used on some of the supermarkets in his privately held, New ...

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