CAMP HILL, Pa. -- With energy deregulation opening the door for retailers to take advantage of savings offered by new entrants in the utility market, the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association here has taken on the responsibility of finding quality energy providers for its 1,800 members, who operate 5,500 supermarkets and convenience stores in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. "[Energy deregulation] is very complicated, and there were all kinds of changes [last year]," said Randy St. ...

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