MINNEAPOLIS — After-effects of a court settlement with Roundy's Supermarkets helped Nash Finch here post a strong gain in earnings for the fiscal third quarter, despite sales declines in its retail and wholesale grocery business. Company officials last week said they were “extremely pleased” with the quarter, highlighting underlying EBITDA growth despite price deflation and consumers under continued pressure. “As you look at our quarterly results, you see there is quite a bit of noise in ...

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