TAMPA, Fla. -- Kash n' Karry here said it would accelerate the conversion of its stores in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area to the Sweetbay Supermarket format. Previously the chain said it expected to complete the conversion of the market, where it has nearly half its stores, by the end of 2007. In an earnings conference call earlier this month, however, Kash n' Karry parent company Delhaize Group, Brussels, Belgium, said it would ramp up that schedule and instead have the market completely ...

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