ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Ingles Markets here last week said it is taking "a harder look" at its pricing strategies, seeking to keep prices low on a variety of core products while exploring opportunities to raise prices on other items to grow margins. In a conference call with analysts discussing earnings results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended Sept. 28, the company, which operates 200 supermarkets in the Southeast, said it needed to offer low prices on items that consumers compare ...
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