MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch here said it plans to rationalize the customer base in its food distribution segment in 2011 as some independents have lost volume. "We find ourselves with some customer relationships that were much larger before the recession, when the economics were very different, but now volume may be far off from where it used to be and the relationship may not be profitable," said Alec Covington, president and chief executive officer, in a conference call discussing ...
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