MIAMISBURG, Ohio -- Events four years apart in cities 900 miles away from each other may have sealed the fate of Super Food Services here as one of the casualties in the wholesale industry's ongoing consolidation. to supply its own needs there. It took Super Food three years to recover financially from the Albertson's situation, and trade observers said the possible loss of Thriftway may have been too much for the wholesaler to bear. Albertson's had been a Super Food customer in Florida ...

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