MECHANICSVILLE, Va. -- Richfood Holdings here said it has completed the previously announced acquisition of the assets of the wholesale division of Camellia Food Stores, Norfolk, Va., for approximately $7.1 million. etail customers have signed five-year supply agreements under which Richfood becomes their primary wholesaler. Camellia's wholesale volume last year was about $160 million. Richfood executives told SN they expect to retain about 85% of that business, or about $136 million, ...

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