LOS ANGELES -- Unified Western Grocers here is looking for new revenue opportunities. Al Plamann, president and chief executive officer of the member-owned cooperative, told SN he is confident Unified can overcome what he perceives as short-term obstacles to the cooperative's long-term growth. "We're excited about the way 2002 is developing," he said. "We've had a long run of significant retail growth in Southern California since the middle of last year, plus steady growth in Northern ...

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