MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch isn't the biggest food wholesaler in the industry -- in fact, it isn't even the biggest food wholesaler in this city -- but it is determined to be the most focused. After refinancing its debt and exiting some underperforming retail locations, the company is redoubling its efforts to help what it views as a resurgent independent food-retailing segment compete by keeping costs down and promoting differentiation. It also sees opportunity to grow through the ongoing ...
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