SEATTLE — Associated Grocers here said last week it expects to decide by midyear whether to sell its wholesale business or continue to operate it as is, John Runyan, president and chief executive officer, told SN. Making that decision is part of a multipronged strategy the company is pursuing, Runyan said. The first part of that strategy was executed earlier this month when AG reached a preliminary agreement on a sale-leaseback contract for the 55.27-acre property on which its headquarters ...

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