BURLINGTON, Wash. -- Thrifty Foods here has agreed to purchase Consumers Choice, Bellingham, Wash., for an undisclosed sum. > The acquisition, which is expected to be completed Oct. 1, would boost Thrifty to 24 stores with annual sales of more than $300 million. McCown De Leeuw & Co., a private venture-banking firm based in Menlo Park, Calif., acquired Thrifty Foods in a leveraged buyout in March. Thrifty operated 12 stores at the time. Thrifty purchased two stores in Olympia, ...
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