Bashas’ contemplates opening a new store next year — the first new Bashas’ since late 2009 — while also considering additional remodeling opportunities, Basha said. It is also evaluating store locations as leases become due, Andersen added. “Each store needs to be self-sustaining — it cannot rely on other stores in the chain to be profitable.” According to a chain spokeswoman, “Before the bankruptcy, we kept stores open that were not ...

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