ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Carr Gottstein Foods here said last week the decision to shut down a food-service operation and discontinue a wholesaling venture in Russia resulted in lower sales for the third quarter and 39 weeks ended Sept. 28. However, operating cash flow improved for the fourth consecutive quarter. . The company said total sales were affected by its decision to close its YES Foods institutional food-service business and discontinue its wholesaling service to a Russian export ...

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