GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Fresh Market hopes to raise $345 million in a public stock offering, the specialty grocer here told federal regulators Tuesday. The initial public offering on the NASDAQ exchange would go toward expanding the 95-store chain. The company in its filing said its studies indicate it could expand to as many as 500 stores in the U.S. The IPO comes two years after the family-owned company called off plans for a potential sale to private equity investors. The founding Berry ...

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