SAN FRANCISCO — DeLano's IGA Markets, an eight-store chain here operated by a veteran industry executive, may be close to shuttering some or all of its stores, according to published reports here. Harley DeLano, the co-owner, could not be reached for comment. The San Francisco Chronicle reported he was working with his company's creditors to determine how to proceed. Stores range from 8,900 to 23,000 square feet. When DeLano acquired 12 former Cala Foods and Bell Markets from Kroger Co. in ...

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