Affiliated Food Stores operates several for-profit subsidiaries that help generate money to support the company's distribution operations and provide services to member stores. In addition to the company's supermarket distribution division and its retail operating subsidiary, Supermarket Investors, other AFS subsidiaries include: utes some 20,000 stockkeeping units of product to about 700 convenience stores in the South-Central region. This operates out of the warehouse that was acquired ...

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