Most wholesalers expect their financial fortunes to rise during the balance of the year, even as some anticipate a slowdown in the economy. An economic slowdown could be beneficial because it could mean more incremental sales at the supermarket as consumers eat in more and out less, wholesale executives told SN. The most optimism came from Mike Wright, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Supervalu, Minneapolis, who told SN he expects his company to enjoy record sales and ...

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