CANADA: Metro competes acquisition of Alexandre Gaudet

By | 3 June 2003

Canadian grocery store operator Metro has acquired food distributor Alexandre Gaudet for an undisclosed sum.

Alexandre Gaudet, which distributes food to small grocery stores under six different banners, has annual revenues of over C$75m (US$54.8m).

Metro said it intends to continue the distribution operations of its new division from facilities in Aston Junction in central Quebec, reported Dow Jones News Service.

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