MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch has gained its footing faster than it expected, but a longer journey toward prosperity lies ahead. In an update last week of the wholesaler's Operation Fresh Start strategic plan, first outlined a year ago, Alec Covington, chief executive officer, said he delayed making investments in that program while the company focused on creating a solid foundation from which to grow. However, he said that aspect of the turnaround — involving hiring the right people and making ...

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