MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch here said it committed to growing its military-supply business and making it more efficient. f its operations, its wholesale supply division, it still hopes to drive additional business through its second-largest division, which supplies groceries to more than 100 military commissaries in the U.S. and overseas. Although the military-supply business operates on a different revenue model -- suppliers pay Nash Finch to have their products delivered to the ...
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