COLTON, Calif. -- Stater Bros. Markets' new president is taking the post at a time when the company seems to be at the top of its game. Its sales and profits are at all-time highs; the chain is two years away from opening a new distribution facility combining nine warehouses into one; and it has become a major player in the Southern California market once dominated by the three major chains -- in large part as a result of the labor dispute involving those three chains. Sales for the year ...
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