Rebuilding Nash Finch

Lewis, Len
August 2001
Progressive Grocer;Aug2001, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the refocusing program for Nash Finch Company, a grocery wholesaler in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Changes in the direction of the system from a technology perspective; Details of the Signature Product Program; Development of the company's Buy-n-Saves and Wholesale Food Outlet programs. INSET: Signature program.


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