TAMPA, Fla. -- Kash n' Karry here is hoping that a supermarket by another name will smell even sweeter. The 103-unit chain, a division of Salisbury, N.C.-based Delhaize America, said it planned to remove the Kash n' Karry banner from the Florida market and replace it with the Sweetbay Supermarkets banner within the next three years. "This is more than just a name change," said Shelley Broader, president and chief operating officer, Kash n' Karry, in an interview with SN last week. "We're ...

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