SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- Fresh Brands here said last week it earned a lot of gratitude earlier this year from retailers who turned to it as a secondary distributor in the wake of the unraveling of their primary supplier, Fleming Cos., Dallas, but failed to gain a single new permanent customer for all its efforts. During a conference call to discuss the results of the third quarter and 40 weeks ended Oct. 4, Elwood Winn, Fresh Brands' president and chief executive officer, said the company tried ...

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