NEW YORK — Moody’s Investors Service here said concerns over Nash Finch Co.’s military supply business and its independent customer base have prompted the debt-ratings agency to lower its outlook for the company. The outlook for the Minneapolis-based wholesaler was changed to “negative” from “stable,” reflecting “a lack of progress” in Nash Finch’s efforts to improve its credit metrics. "We are concerned that the ...
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