FORT WORTH, Texas — Kurt Jaeger is an independent operator who has benefited from the economic downturn with the sale of 37 Minyard Food Stores stores earlier this year to Grocers Supply Co., Houston. The softening economy was partly to blame for the shedding of stores, Minyard company officials told SN in July. The former Minyard family-run chain, based in Coppell, Texas, has been under private-equity ownership since investors acquired the chain in 2004. The firm now operates 21 stores of ...
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