SAN FRANCISCO — Andronico's Community Markets said it has seen sales increase as the company's new owners have begun remerchandising the stores and launching a decor upgrade at its highest-volume location here. Matt Tesoriero, director of marketing, declined to put a specific number on the sales jump but said, "The increases have exceeded every metric for growth into the high-single digits." Andronico's, a five-store operator in the Bay Area, was acquired ...
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