J.H. Campbell, president and chief executive officer, Associated Grocers of Baton Rouge, La., told SN the cooperative's sales were up 20% in fiscal 2004, compared with fiscal 2003. Revenues were $475 million in fiscal 2002, vs. $473 million in fiscal 2003. The earlier period was a 53-week year, compared with a 52-week period in fiscal 2003. The company had a 1.5% increase in revenues year over year on a comparable, 52-week basis from 2002 to 2003. This information was reported incorrectly in ...

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