MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here will continue to do what it feels is necessary to maintain its financial health, including looking at possible downsizing of its store base and store personnel, a company spokeswoman told SN last week after the company said it would eliminate 36 positions. “Everything is being looked at, and everything is being considered,” Alicia Rockwell, director of public affairs and communications, said — “though when, where and to what extent, we don't ...
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