MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch Co.’s recent store-buying spree in Omaha, Neb., doesn’t herald a full-blown return to retail but instead reflected a unique opportunity to fortify its market share there, officials said last week. The wholesaler earlier this year made two acquisitions of its wholesale customers operating in Omaha, buying the 15-store Bag n’ Save chain for $29.9 million in March and in May announcing the acquisition of 18 stores under the No Frills banner ...
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