ALBANY, Calif. -- After 75 years in business, an Andronico is still running Andronico's. Bill Andronico, 46, is the third generation of his family to preside over Andronico's here, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. Asked why so few members of a family's third generation stay in the grocery business, Andronico told SN, "It comes down to personalities. In some cases, the sibling doesn't want to take direction from a parent or older relative. "In addition, the farther ...

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