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Turnaround Lagging, Vitamin Shoppe Heeds Hedge Fund Direction

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Shah Capital Management, with 17.7% of Vitamin Shopper shares, and Vintage Capital Management , which owns 14.8%, will appoint three of five replacements to Vitamin Shoppe's board and will have a say in the other two. Vitamin Shoppe also will sell its under-performing contract manufacturing unit and tender, subject to ratification by Shah and Vintage, up to $25m of its common stock at a per-share price not to exceed $5.

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