DALLAS -- Fleming here said last week it will acquire two convenience-store distributors and that the nearly $4 billion in resulting revenues expected this year, based on pro forma estimates, will more than offset the anticipated loss of $900 million in sales to Kmart Corp., Troy, Mich. The company said the acquisition may also enable it to further increase its distribution business with national supermarket chains. However, the company said the principal reason for the acquisitions is to ...

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