MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch here last week said it saw a few bright spots in its retail operations, despite posting negative comparable-store sales and a decline in retail EBITDA for its second quarter. Alec Covington, president and chief executive officer, said the company was seeing good results from its Hispanic-oriented Avanza locations — comps there were up more than 13% for the quarter — and has seen strong initial response to its new “family fresh market” prototype in Hudson, Wis. ...
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