Mike Provenzano Sr. seems to be living a fairy-tale existence. It all stems from his decision about a decade ago to transform his one-unit, Southern California supermarket business into a Hispanic operation. That move turned a problematic format into a magic-growth vehicle now encompassing eight units in California and Arizona primarily operating under the Ranch Market banner. Mike's four sons are also part of the business. Now Mike, president and chief executive of Pro & Sons, ...

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