Nash Finch Company
Stock Symbol: NAFC
7600 France Avenue South
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Nash Finch Company Description:
Nash Finch Company is a Fortune 500 company and one of the leading food retail and distribution companies in the United States with over $4.1 billion in annual revenues. Nash Finch currently owns and operates 112 stores in the Upper Midwest, principally supermarkets under the AVANZA(TM), Buy n Save(R), Econofoods(R), Sun Mart(R) and Family Thrift Center(TM) trade names. In addition to its retail operations, Nash Finch's food distribution business serves independent retailers and military commissaries in 28 states, the District of Columbia and Europe.
Nash Finch Company Financial Summary:
Nash Finch Company is a food wholesaler engaged in the supply of food and non-food items to grocery stores and institutional customers. NAFC also operates retail grocery stores and supplies food & related products to military commissaries. For the 24 weeks ended 6/18/05, sales rose 10% to $1.97B. Net income totaled $16.7M vs. a loss of $10.9M. Results reflect higher sales from the food segment due to new accounts, and lower sell., gen. & admin. exp.
Nash Finch Company Business Summary:
Nash-Finch Company (Nash Finch) is a food distribution and retail company in the United States. The Company's business consists of three operating segments, such as food distribution, military food distribution and food retailing. Nash Finch's food distribution segment sells and distributes a variety of nationally branded and private-label grocery products from 15 distribution centers to more than 1,500 grocery stores, and other customers located in 26 states across the United States. The Company's MDV division distributes grocery products to the United States military commissaries. The MDV division serves over 300 military commissaries and exchanges located in the continental United States, Europe, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Iceland the Azores and Honduras. Its food retailing segment is made up of 85 corporate-owned stores located primarily in the upper Midwest states of Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming.