COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Food retailers and wholesalers face tough challenges from crime and other social problems and need to play a bigger role in improving the lot of their employees and their communities, according to Roger Laverty 3d, president and chief executive officer of Smart & Final Stores, Vernon Calif. Laverty, speaking as a member of a panel here, said his company has made a commitment to remain an anchor in troubled neighborhoods and to make employees feel integral to ...

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