EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market here is adding additional personnel at its self-service checkstands while it considers the possibility of switching to full-service checkouts, a company spokesman told SN. The stores were acquired last month by Yucaipa Cos., Los Angeles-based investment firm that is also the majority shareholder in A&P. Yucaipa purchased 167 locations from United Kingdom-based Tesco, which did not offer full-service checkouts ...

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