MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch's acquisition of two Roundy's warehouses in Lima, Ohio, and Westville, Ind., should add about $1 billion to the wholesaler's top line, assuming it can retain the customers that came with the facilities. "We've had a chance to talk to virtually all of the customers, and we think they'll enjoy working with Nash Finch," said Ron Marshall, chief executive officer of the wholesaler, based here, in a phone interview with SN. "It's a good deal for Nash's current ...

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