PEMBROKE, N.H. — Associated Grocers of New England here on Thursday said sales for the recently ended fiscal year totaled $458 million, up about 20% over the preceding year. The cooperatively owned wholesaler said its returns to members also increased by “almost $1 million,” to $5.78 million. It attributed the increases in part to business picked up following the closure of Associated Grocers of Maine last year, and also to sales gains at individual member stores. The ...

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