MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch here expects to become "increasingly active in the retail business," Harold B. Finch Jr., chairman and chief executive officer, said at the annual meeting.
"In addition to attracting new independent stores to our [wholesale] program, we have stepped up our efforts to acquire established independent chains for our corporate retail operations," Finch told shareholders this month.
Nash Finch, primarily a wholesale distributor, owns and operates 125 retail stores. It ...
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