WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The three-year conversion of Kash n' Karry to the Sweetbay Supermarket brand will be completed this September, according to Shelley Broader, president and chief executive officer of the Tampa, Fla.-based company. “We are retiring the Kash n' Karry brand in September,” she told the Grocery Manufacturers Association/Food Products Association Executive Conference here. “At that time we will have 105 Sweetbay stores.” Broader called the Sweetbay brand a “growth ...

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