LOS ANGELES -- Unified Western Grocers here said last week sales gains in Southern California and its other operating areas contributed to strong financial results during the second quarter and first half ended March 27. s important to note that many of our member retailers not affected by the strike also experienced significant gains during the quarter," said Al Plamann, president and chief executive officer of the member-owned cooperative. "That's a very positive sign because it shows our ...

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