MINNEAPOLIS --- For Nash Finch Co. here, merging its operation with Super Food Services, Miamisburg, Ohio, is just another day's work. Or six months' work, and then it's on to something else. That's the attiude of Al Flaten, president and chief executive officer of Nash Finch, which acquired Super Food in November and expects to complete the merging of the two wholesalers by May. "My study of acquisitions and mergers indicates that most take up to two years to ...

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