COPPELL, Texas — Minyard Food Stores here said last week it has signed an agreement to outsource its warehouse and distribution functions to Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan., as part of its “transformation strategy” to build on its niche strengths and reduce costs. The company also re-emphasized its commitment to its fresh-focused, Latino-themed Carnival Super Markets banner as its primary growth vehicle. “Outsourcing distribution will enable us to free up assets by ...
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