CARSON, Calif. — As Bristol Farms here marks its 30-year anniversary, it is beginning to expand the other banner it owns — Lazy Acres. Expanding Lazy Acres has been a Bristol Farms goal for several years, Kevin Davis, chairman, president and chief executive officer, told SN, though a series of ownership changes kept those plans on hold. Bristol Farms acquired the original Lazy Acres location, in Santa Barbara, Calif., in 2005 but did not expand it until early November, when ...

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