COLUMBUS, Ohio — The retail grocery industry in Ohio sold more than $18.5 billion worth of food and beverages from nearly 8,000 stores to the state's consumers in 2010, according to an economic impact study conducted on behalf of the Ohio Grocers Association here. According to the study, the industry generates $5.6 billion in economic activity in Ohio and employs nearly 110,000 people in full and part-time jobs, with an average annual pay of $24,600. It also said Ohio employers pay over ...

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