PEWAUKEE, Wis. -- Roundy's is staking its future on the independent retailer. At a time when some industry observers point to a precarious future for independents, the wholesaler based here is recommiting itself to serving this sector exclusively. "Some other wholesalers operate corporate retail stores and supply products to alternative formats, but we have no intention of doing either," Gerald F. Lestina, president and, as of next week, chief executiveofficer of Roundy's, told SN. "Our ...
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