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FLEMING ANNOUNCES BOARD CHANGES

 OKLAHOMA CITY, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Carol Boyd Hallett and Robert E. Stauth today were elected directors of Fleming Companies (NYSE: FLM). They fill two newly created board positions.
 Mrs. Hallett is senior government relations advisor with the law firm of Collier, Shannon, Rill & Scott in Washington, D.C. She served as commissioner of United States Customs from November 1989 until assuming her present position. As commissioner she oversaw the agency's important role in the drug war and directed its 19,500 employees in revenue collections of $20 billion per year.
 Prior to her service at Customs, Mrs. Hallett was United States Ambassador to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas for three years. There she had extensive exposure to international banking and was selected "Woman of the Year" for her anti-drug efforts.
 Between her posts in the Bahamas and at Customs, Mrs. Hallett served as a senior consultant to The Carmen Group of Washington, D.C. From 1983 to 1986, she was director of the Western Regional Office of the Secretary of the Interior. She previously served as director at the California Department of Parks and Recreation and was in the California legislature for three terms, serving ultimately as minority leader in the State Assembly. Mrs. Hallett studied business administration at San Francisco State College and the University of Oregon.
 Mr. Stauth is president and chief operating officer of Fleming. He has been associated with the company for nearly 20 years. Prior to his promotion to his current position in March, he served a executive vice president - division operations where he had overall operating responsibility for most of the company's food distribution centers.
 Previously he was senior vice president - Western region. Before that he served as vice president - Arizona operations for four years, managing the phoenix division. He also served seven years as president of the Houston division. Mr. Stauth's experience includes several years with a supermarket chain.
 In 1988, he received the company's Chairman's Award for outstanding achievement in division operations. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and completed the Stanford University Executive Program in 1989.
 Fleming provides food, food-related products, and retail services to more than 4,800 retail stores in 36 states.
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 /CONTACT: Ron Frost, director of corporate communications of Fleming Companies, Inc., 405-841-8125/
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