COPPELL, Texas — After a proposed merger with Fiesta Mart fell through, Minyard Food Stores here has opted to sell 37 of its Hispanic- and warehouse-format stores to Grocers Supply Co., Houston, and focus its full attention on its conventional Minyard-banner stores, the company announced last week. Michael Byars, president and chief executive officer, Minyard, declined comment on whether the investment group that owns Minyard might seek to sell the 20 stores it will continue to operate. ...

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