ROSWELL, Ga. (FNS) -- As discouraging as the past few years have been for Harry's Farmer's Markets, Harry Blazer, chairman, president, and chief executive officer, told stockholders at the annual stockholders meeting here that the company may be turning the corner. Calling the 1999 fiscal year a "make it or break it year," Blazer said that he is encouraged by results in the first quarter, which ended April 29. Sales were down about 3% to $33 million and the quarter had a profit of $60,000, ...

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