LOS ANGELES — If 2009 was a year of adaptability for Unified Grocers here, 2010 will be a year of flexibility, Al Plamann, president and chief executive officer, told the company's annual meeting here Tuesday. Unified said it plans to take a proactive approach this year, particularly with regard to financial flexibility — something it has been doing over the last 12 months by completing three financial transactions that have enabled the company to boost its borrowing capacity by $75 million ...

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