WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The decision by Save Mart Supermarkets to self-distribute to its Food Maxx warehouse stores may force C&S Wholesale Grocers to make major cutbacks at its distribution facility here, including a possible shutdown, according to published reports and SN discussions with local sources. Modesto, Calif.-based Save Mart had been buying dry groceries, meat, produce and health and beauty care items for its warehouse stores from C&S since the Keene, N.H.-based ...

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