MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch here posted a loss for 2012 after one-time charges totaling $133.5 million. The company said net income without the impact of the charges was down about 50% for the fourth quarter, to $6.4 million, and down about 22.5% for the year, to $39.7 million. Including the one-time charges, the losses totaled $29 million in the fourth quarter and $93.9 million for the full year. Sales for the fourth quarter fell 1.1%, to $1.14 billion, and sales for the year were ...

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