ATLANTA -- Harry's Farmers Market here has set a new expansion program that rides on the back of Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., will sponsor Harry's in a Hurry fresh foods departments in up to four discount units in a test program. The new effort will be launched for summer 1995, and will reportedly concentrate on the Georgia-South Carolina area. If the program is successful, it may be rolled out to selected Wal-Mart's in a six-state area, which will reportedly focus on the ...

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