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    Nash Finch Regains Compliance With Nasdaq Listing Rules

    MINNEAPOLIS - Nash Finch Co. regained full compliance with all Nasdaq listing regulations after filing delinquent quarterly reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    MINNEAPOLIS - Nash Finch Co. regained full compliance with all Nasdaq listing regulations after filing delinquent quarterly reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    In a press release Wednesday, the food retailer and distributor said it will again trade as NAFC, effective May 30.

    In November, Nash Finch received a delisting notice for failing to file its 2002 third-quarter 10-Q on time. The company said it delayed the filing due to an internal review concerning the company's practices and procedures relating to some of its promotional allowances.

    The stock continued to trade on Nasdaq, but the exchange required the company file its reports for the third and fourth quarters of 2002, as well as any amendments, by March 19. That deadline was later extended to May 15.

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