TAMPA, Fla. -- Sweetbay Supermarkets here, the new chain that will be created out of Delhaize America's Kash n' Karry Stores division, does not plan to offer a loyalty card program, the company said here last week. "Sweetbay will offer many low prices in addition to quality foods, so customers won't need a loyalty card," Jake Allen, a chain spokesman, told SN. However, stores with the Kash n' Karry banner will continue to accept the loyalty cards they have already distributed until they ...

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