NORTH PLATTE, Neb. -- Sixth Street Food Stores here said it has entered a supply agreement with Supervalu, Minneapolis, to provide products to its 12 stores from the wholesaler's Denver distribution center. The company said its annual sales are approximately $150 million. John Hanson, president, told SN the stores will replace about 400 existing controlled and private-label products and items with 1,800 from Supervalu and expand the depth of its nonfood offerings.
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