Flat sales kept most chains and wholesalers running in place on SN's annual listing of the top 75 supermarket companies. enth, while Vons Cos., despite flat sales, switched places with Univa to move from 15th to the 14th spot. H-E-B Grocery Co., which is doing a hefty business with its Food Pantry conventional stores, surpassed Pathmark Stores and Oshawa Group to move from 18th to 16th on the list, and Bruno's moved past four chains with basically flat sales (Ralphs Grocery Co., Grand ...

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