TORRANCE, Calif. -- Bristol Farms Gourmet Specialty Food Markets, based here, plans to add up to six new stores to its three-store base over the next two years. The expansion will be fueled by the recently announced acquisition of the privately held -- and much admired -- retailer by Kidd, Kamm & Co., a Beverly Hills, Calif., investment group. The deal is expected to be complete this month. Bristol Farms, which has annual sales of about $50 million, declined to comment on the terms of ...

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