MILWAUKEE -- Roundy's here said last week it would shutter two distribution centers to refocus its wholesaling operations, leaving 116 customers to seek new suppliers. The company said it would close its facilities in Evansville, Ind., and Eldorado, Ill., in September, and that it expected "a portion" of the customers who had been served by those facilities to receive groceries from Roundy's distribution center in Lima, Ohio, instead. "We're in discussions with those customers now, so we ...

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