ATLANTA -- Although most observers seem to think that the massive cutback unveiled last month by Winn-Dixie Stores would result in piecemeal sales, at least one local real-estate executive said he believes the company's 40-store SaveRite chain in this market could be sold to a single buyer. "It makes sense that one company would buy the whole thing and then sell the stores they don't like," said Michael Grant, executive vice president of Mimms Enterprises, Roswell, Ga., which owns 50 ...

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