LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The sale of Harvest Foods assets signals the demise of the third of four chains created from former Safeway divisions in 1988. tment group. Safeway's spinoff of its Houston division, which became AppleTree Markets, shut down in 1992, and Food Barn, the spinoff of Safeway's one-time Kansas City division with stores in Missouri and Kansas, went out of business in 1994 Only Homeland Stores -- Safeway's former Oklahoma City division -- remains, although it sold off 29 ...

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