SUPERVALU TO REMAIN IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST eek said it would resize its distribution center in Tacoma, Wash., but would remain in the region despite the loss of a major customer there. A spokeswoman for the wholesaler told SN yesterday that about 220 positions -- out of just over 500 total -- at the DC will be eliminated as a result of the loss of Bellingham, Wash.-based Haggen, which in June said it would join Associated Grocers of Seattle. The transition is slated to occur in mid-October. ...

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