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EDINA, MN-Alan Bloom has left Grubb & Ellis to become director of real estate of Edina-based Nash Finch Co., a wholesaler and retailer of supermarket products. In his new position, he will head up store expansion, disposition of real estate and renovations of existing properties for the company, which currently owns and operates 122 grocery stores, primarily in the Upper Midwest and Southeast. The company operates primarily as Econofoods, Sun Mart Foods and Family Thrift Center.

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