More than a year after Fleming filed for bankruptcy and began shuttering its warehouses, many of the independent supermarkets that had been its customers have only recently begun to realize a return to normality in their operations. Many of those who signed on with new suppliers as Fleming was going out of business have since changed suppliers again after finding that the wholesaler they chose in the chaos of Fleming's implosion was not the right option for their business in the long run. ...

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