JASPER, Ind. - Buehler Foods here has filed a plan to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy that calls for a $17 million investment by its wholesale supplier, Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan. A hearing on the plan is set for Feb. 10. If the plan is approved, the company could emerge from bankruptcy by the end of March, according to Jerry Ancel, an attorney with Sommer Barnard, Indianapolis, who is representing Buehler Foods in the case. According to the plan, Buehler's 22-store ...

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