LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets here said last week it would close its two newest Super Mercado stores in Wichita Falls, Texas, as part of a reorganization of the company. “We are very much committed to the international/Hispanic format,” United spokesman Eddie Owens told SN last week, adding that the company suspected when it acquired the stores from Brookshire Grocery Co. last year that they might not succeed in the long term. He said lessons learned from the stores could be applied ...

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