BROOKINGS, Ore.. — C&K Market here said last week it is on the lookout for grocery stores of less than 10,000 square feet that it can convert to its new small community-store format. It has already acquired and converted two stores to the new C&K Market banner — the corporate name that was not previously used on any stores — and two weeks ago it converted an existing Ray's Food Place to the new format. Dan Cepeda, director of Center Store for the 61-unit chain, said combined ...

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