HOUSTON -- Representatives of Randalls Food Markets here and Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City, were meeting last week to discuss a transition plan as Randalls moves toward self-distribution. The talks between the two companies follow a binding decision by an arbitration panel, which ruled that Fleming had breached its longterm supply agreement with Randalls and therefore that agreement should be terminated immediately. With the Randalls agreement terminated, effective July 9, Randalls said ...

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