C&K Market, Brookings, Ore., said Tuesday it is preparing to launch a series of new fresh-oriented programs after receiving court approval Monday for its plan to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Following court approval of the reorganization plan, the chain will no longer operate under supervision by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, as it has since it filed a voluntary Chapter 11 petition in late November. C&K did not say when it will formally emerge, though it previously said it will be ...

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