LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Harvest Foods here is seeking to grow general merchandise sales with aggressive year-round price promotions. The chain intends to become a much more forceful general merchandise competitor by cutting prices up to 30% on promotional items, thus stemming the flow of its nonfood sales to large discounters, said Randy Martin, sales promotion coordinator. "We want to keep more general merchandise sales in our store instead of seeing them go to the Wal-Marts of the world," ...
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