WASHINGTON - The 18 largest grocery co-ops in the country recorded a 10% increase in revenues in 2005, according to the National Cooperative Bank's annual list of the 100 largest co-ops that was released last week. the co-ops or their members were 10 years ago," said Barry Silver, managing director, NCB. He said the fact that grocery co-ops continue to expand their top lines is an indication that they are having some success against Wal-Mart supercenters. He also said the growth last year ...
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