MECHANICSVILLE, Va. -- Two executives of Super Rite have left the company. The changes occurred after last month's discovery of 70 barrels of a petroleum-based substance buried in an area near the Super Rite distribution center. Richfood Holdings here at that time suspended Peter Vanderveen, Super Rite president and chief operating officer, and Wilbur Shirey, vice president of distribution. Richfood acquired the Harrisburg, Pa.-based wholesaler late last year. Donald D. Bennett, Richfood ...

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