MALVERN, Pa. – Acme Markets here said Thursday it would reduce its workforce by cutting 900 part-time positions to reflect losses in sales volumes at the stores. "Last year, Acme established an aggressive plan aimed at getting our business in line with our financial realities," said Dan Sanders, president, Acme, in a prepared statement. "As part of that initiative, we continue to look at the best ways to achieve success around our strategy to lower prices, improve customer service, reinvest ...

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