SUNBURY, Pa. -- Weis Markets here said last week it continues to review strategic alternatives to enhance shareholder value but has ruled out the possibility of a sale, a decision that does not sit will with a voluble group of company shareholders. e the possible sale of our company." He added, as had been previously reported, the "comprehensive and thorough [review] concluded that the sale of Weis Markets was not in the best interests of all Weis Markets shareholders." A group of ...

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