Nash Finch president-COO on way out

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Christopher Brown, the president and chief operation officer at Edina-based food distributor Nash Finch is leaving the company, the Minneapolis -St. Paul Business Journal reported.

Word of Brown's departure came from a filing Wednesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Brown is no longer president and COO effective immediately. He will stay on the company through Jan. 3 to help with the transition.

Brown was named president and COO of Nash Finch in February 2010.

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