JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie will resolve charges for goods it purchased in the days prior to its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in exchange for continued credit with its vendors, according to terms of an agreement between the retailer and its vendors detailed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court here. "This is a good deal for anyone interested in Winn-Dixie's survival," Mark J. Friedman, a lawyer representing an ad hoc committee of Winn-Dixie trade creditors, told SN last week. "For Winn-Dixie to ...
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