DALLAS -- Both large and small customers of Fleming here told SN they are continuing to receive product from the wholesaler that filed for bankruptcy last week, but most added that they are also making contingency plans should the distributor run into difficulty filling their orders. Tom Haggai, chairman, IGA, Chicago, offered a ringing endorsement of Fleming's new management: Archie Dykes, Fleming's non-executive chairman, and Peter Willmott, the company's interim president and chief ...

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