MAUMEE, Ohio -- Seaway Food Town here said it is still looking to make a deal but adamantly denied that it has made one yet. inuing to explore a number of strategic options," including a sale or merger. However, Seaway went on to insist it "has not entered into any definitive agreements," and it may never enter into any. The company also released financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal 1999. In the 13-week quarter ended Aug. 28, sales increased 5% to $164 million, net income ...

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