MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here is getting Lucky. The chain will begin later this week to convert the 72 stores in the San Francisco Bay Area that it acquired from Albertsons LLC to the Lucky banner — a name to which it negotiated the rights as part of its agreement to purchase 130 Northern California stores late last year. Bob Spengler, president and chief operating officer, told SN he believes the conversions will result in sales increases of between 10% and 15%, part of ...

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