MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch here said last week that its Avanza format targeting Hispanics has been losing a lot of money in Chicago, and the company will not invest further in the concept until it restores the viability of those two stores. "We are not pleased with their progress," said Ron Marshall, chief executive officer, Nash Finch, during a conference call last week discussing the company's results for the 12-week first quarter ended March 27. "Until we get Chicago squared away, we will ...

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