The Securities and Exchange Commission appears to be taking a closer look at the vendor-related accounting practices of food-distribution companies through informal inquiries it launched earlier this month into Nash Finch Co., Minneapolis, and last week into Fleming, Dallas. Nash Finch said in a statement that the SEC inquiry, with which it is cooperating, is looking into "practices and procedures relating to certain promotional allowances provided to the company by vendors." It added that ...

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