MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch Co. here said last week it plans to continue to make promotional investments in selected markets to drive sales, based on the top-line improvements it saw in its retail segment during the third quarter. Comparable sales at its corporate stores declined 0.5% in the quarter, following negative 3.7% comps in the second quarter, “and if we continue to execute the way we're executing right now and the market remains about steady, we hope to flip that to flat to slightly ...
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