ROSEWELL, Ga. -- Harry's Farmers Market here said the company had a net loss and lower sales for the third quarter ended Nov. 1. illion for the quarter and rose 0.2% to $102.6 million for the year to date. Harry Blazer, chairman and chief executive officer, said the company was surprised by the sales results, "which were somewhat lower" than had been anticipated. However, he said the earnings losses "were in keeping with our previously reported expectation." He said the company expects ...

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