MECHANICSVILLE, Va. -- Richfood here reports being on target in its move back into the nonfood business by June. The wholesaler, which services about 880 supermarket accounts, has been meeting with major health and beauty care manufacturers to formulate product classifications, firm up lines and stockkeeping units, and create planograms for store HBC departments. Richfood has been out of the nonfood business for the past four years because of a noncompetitive agreement it signed with ...

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