LOS ANGELES -- Certified Grocers of California will continue to roll out its Apple Markets format and launch a pilot program to increase meat sales in an effort to help its retail members compete with self-supplied chains, officials said at the company's annual meeting here. The company, now in its 76th year, is California's largest wholesaler. However, last year it lost two of its large retail customers to consolidation. Hughes Family Markets, Irwindale, Calif., a Certified member since ...

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