INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here said competitive pressures have forced the company to consider a sale, but its biggest challenge may lie ahead: finding a buyer. Although observers pointed out that the company has a significant market share in central Indiana and operates many strong locations, the growing strength of rival operators in the Indianapolis metro market -- combined with the plethora of other supermarket investment opportunities around the country for acquisitive ...

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