SALT LAKE CITY — Associated Food Stores here recorded a loss of $6.5 million for the fiscal year that ended March 26, according to published reports — a situation the cooperative attributed primarily to the performance of 34 Albertsons stores it acquired in late 2009. Of the $6.5 million loss, the report in the Salt Lake Tribune said the company attributed $2.2 million to closures of seven stores: five units of Fresh Market, which is the new banner on the former Albertsons locations, and ...

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