CARTERET, N.J. -- The 50-store Foodtown co-op, once Twin County's biggest customer, is beginning the new year with a new wholesaler -- White Rose Foods here. White Rose held a joint press conference with Foodtown executives -- attended by SN last week -- to discuss the new agreement. Terms, which were undisclosed, were worked out just before Christmas, executives from the wholesaler and the co-op said. Twin County, Edison, N.J., filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in December and began ...

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