ATLANTA -- Harry's Farmers Market here said last week it will not go forward with previously reported plans to test its Harry's in a Hurry concept in selected Wal-Mart stores. Instead, the company said it will refocus its resources on perfecting the stand-alone Harry's in a Hurry model, improving internal operations and expanding its megastore format. The announcement was part of a fourth-quarter/year-end report that included a decrease in sales for the quarter and losses for both the ...
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