Harris Teeter, Matthews, N.C., said last week it has agreed to buy 10 stores from Kroger Co. in the Winston-Salem and Greensboro areas of North Carolina, and to sell to Kroger 11 stores that have underperformed the chain's expectations in the Lynchburg-Roanoke area of western Virginia. Thomas W. Dickson, president of Ruddick Corp., Harris Teeter's parent company, said the market realignment will provide Harris Teeter with greater distribution efficiency and better centralization of ...
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