KEENE, N.H. — C&S Wholesale Grocers here reportedly told bondholders it is concerned about the possible loss of business from two major customers, though it anticipates making up some of the shortfall through new business. C&S officials could not be reached for comment. Media were prohibited from monitoring the call with bondholders, which took place earlier this month. According to sources who were on the call, C&S said third-quarter sales were flat at $4.8 billion, while net ...
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