NEW YORK -- Nash Finch, Minneapolis, said last week it intends to assess opportunities at its 85-unit corporate store base over the next 18 to 24 months to build better competencies and determine whether a value-added or extreme-value format would be appropriate. "Our retail business has been impacted by approximately 40 supercenter openings over the last four years, and we didn't always handle the competitive response as well as we should have," Ron Marshall, chief executive officer, told ...

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