GREENSBORO, N.C. — Declaring “We fell in love with the company all over again,” the family controlling The Fresh Market here has pulled the gourmet retailer off the sales block. The Fresh Market this spring had engaged Goldman Sachs to pursue new investment, including a potential sale, to help ramp up expansion. Sources told SN last week, however, that the process resulted in offers that were somewhat less than the family had hoped to garner. Tight credit markets making deal financing more ...

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