BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Haggen Inc. here is focusing on building its brand going forward now that it’s eliminated its underperforming locations, Clement Stevens, co-president, told SN last week. Since last December the company has closed five stores, with three more scheduled to close in the next three months. “But we’re definitely looking forward to more positive things next year after spending most of this year getting out of those underperforming stores,” ...

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