TAMPA, Fla. -- Kash n' Karry Food Stores here is "a diamond in the rough," according to Ronald E. Johnson, the chain's new chairman, president and chief executive officer. And the chain, which operates 99 supermarkets, is now ready to polish its act following its emergence from a Chapter 11 restructuring late last December, Johnson told SN in an interview. The operator is up against aggressive competitors who have far outpaced Kash n' Karry in new unit openings. But Kash n' Karry is now ...

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