MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch has reached a $300 million revolving credit agreement, the distributor here said in a government filing. The company said it had already borrowed $178 million to pay off an outstanding credit facility from 2004. The new agreement is collateralized by a first priority security interest in all real and personal property of the company, including its equity interests and real estate. Bank of America heads a syndicate of lenders. Read More of Today's Headlines

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