MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch Co. here said it has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by customers of its Avanza format in Denver who claimed that the banner’s pricing message was deceptive. As previously reported, Avanza’s “Shelf Plus 10” pricing policy, which added 10% to shoppers’ total bill at the cash register, was discontinued last year after customers complained. Nash Finch said it has agreed to pay each of six plaintiffs in the case $700, for a total of $4,200. “We remain committed to ...

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