Nash Finch hasn't survived for 125 years by burying its head in the sand. The company, founded as a small candy and tobacco store in Devils Lake, N.D., in 1885, has learned to evolve with the changing times. The current leadership regime, headed by president and chief executive officer Alec Covington, has sought to instill a culture of dedication at the company, re-engineered the wholesale supply operations and made an aggressive push to expand the company's military-distribution business, ...

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