Following is the sequence of events that led to last week's Chapter 11 filing by Megafoods Stores, Mesa, Ariz. xecutives decide to stick with Fleming, which has supplied the chain since it was founded in 1987. The two parties sign a five-year supply agreement. Aug. 1: Megafoods' alleged failure to meet certain contract conditions prevents the contract from becoming effective. Aug. 9: The new supply agreement between the two companies expires. Fleming puts Megafoods on a cash-on-delivery ...
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