MINNEAPOLIS -- Calling its same-store sales performance "obviously disappointing," Nash Finch Co. here said it intends to focus on improving the marketing of its corporate stores in 2004. During a recent conference call with industry analysts to discuss financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended Jan. 3, Ron Marshall, chief executive officer, said Nash Finch was prepared for "a long slog" that could take "the greater part of this year" to improve the performance of its ...

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