SALISBURY, N.C. — Food Lion on Wednesday is scheduled to launch the third phase of its rebranding, bringing lower prices and improvements in service to 269 stores in North Carolina and South Carolina, including stores near its headquarters here. Officials said the launch represents “a pivotal turning point” for Food Lion, which upon the reopenings will have completed rebranding at more 700 stores, or more than 60% of its fleet. More on the rebranding effort Debuting ...

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