MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch Co. here said yesterday that profits in its retail and wholesale divisions improved in the first quarter even as sales declined. The company also said it will no longer distribute product to Martin’s Super Markets, South Bend, Ind., which accounted for $153 million in volume in 2006 and $3 million in EBITDA. Spartan Stores, Grand Rapids, Mich., picked up the Martin’s account, which it had already been supplying with some products. Martin’s becomes Spartan’s largest ...

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