NEW YORK -- Product vendors already nervous about Winn-Dixie's future had another reason to worry last week when they learned the official committee charged with working on a reorganization plan with the bankrupt retailer would be dominated by institutional creditors. In a meeting here last week attended by SN, U.S. Trustee Deirdre A. Martini named three bondholders, two landlords and two vendors to the seven-company committee, which generally consists of a debtor's largest unsecured ...

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