MONTREAL — Metro Inc. here said it has reached an agreement to sell its Distagro foodservice division to Sysco Canada. Financial terms were not disclosed, but Metro said the deal would not have a material impact on its financial results. Read more: Produce Resets Spark Q3 Earnings for Metro Distagro supplies mainly restaurant chains and stores corporately owned and operated by gas station chains. The transaction involves the Distagro warehouse in Boucherville, which employs ...

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