COPPELL, Texas — Minyard Food Stores' Carnival banner is broadening its appeal. Originally conceived as a Hispanic format, Carnival is becoming a neighborhood store catering to the needs of a wider range of consumers, albeit with a basic Hispanic flavor to it, Michael Byars, president and chief executive officer at Minyard's, told SN. “Carnival is our growth vehicle, but since our objective is to fulfill the needs and wants of customers in all the neighborhoods we serve, we're assessing ...

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