MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch Co. here said a wholesale acquisition last year helped boost sales to record levels for the second quarter ended June 20. st year's record-setting quarterly volume to $982.8 million but fell 0.2% to $1.92 billion for the half, while same-store sales rose 0.3% for the quarter and fell 0.3% for the half. Ron Marshall, president and chief executive officer, said he attributed the modest sales gains to business added from United-A.G. Cooperative, Omaha, Neb., which ...
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