CARMEL, Ind. -- For the first time in its 30-year history, O'Malia Food Markets here is shopping for a wholesaler. The company has whittled its choices to three companies -- its longtime distributor, Roundy's, Pewaukee, Wis.; Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City; and Supervalu, Minneapolis -- and is expected to pick one by the end of this month, Daniel O'Malia, president of the seven-store chain, told SN. The retailer, which started the bidding process a year and a half ago, has no problem with ...
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