NASH FINCH DENIES PLANS TO SELL, CLOSE STORES Co. here last week said the company has "no current plans to sell any of our stores" in response to a report that the company is considering selling or shuttering up to 40% of its locations. The wholesaler, which operates 109 supermarkets in the Midwest under several banners, has recorded several consecutive quarters of same-store sales declines amid increasing competition from Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., and others. Asked if Nash Finch ...

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