MINNEAPOLIS -- A hundred and 10 years after its founding, Nash Finch Co. is still in touch with its roots. Although it has expanded way beyond the U.S. borders to Mexico, Chile and Hungary, it has continued to maintain a close connection with retailers of the Midwest. "It's the small and medium-sized wholesalers, whose customers operate within the same marketplace, that will survive," said Al Flaten, president and chief executive officer of the $2.8 billion company. In this issue, SN marks ...
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