MINNEAPOLIS - Nash Finch here is in a prime position to grow its business and continue to pursue acquisitions, the company's new president and chief executive officer told SN. Alec Covington, 49, a longtime veteran of the food wholesaling business and former crosstown rival of Nash Finch at Supervalu, said Nash Finch has the opportunity to capitalize on independent supermarkets' need for more wholesaling choices. "Good entrepreneurs - good independent retailers who have a direct connection ...

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