SEATTLE -- Struggling sandwich-shop chain Briazz, until recently a supplier to a number of supermarkets, reported mounting losses and said it may have to close down if it cannot find new financing or pay overdue bills. The company no longer supplies supermarkets with products, according to a filing last month with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Following an extensive analysis of its wholesale business, company officials concluded the "economics of wholesale accounts did not support ...

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