MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch here last week said it is reorganizing its wholesaling operations and scaling back on retail under the auspices of the company's new chief executive officer. In a conference call discussing third-quarter results, Alec Covington, the new CEO, said the company planned to divide its wholesaling operations into three divisions — produce, meat and Center Store — to allow each to focus on their distinct priorities. Each will have its own independent management structure ...

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