LAS VEGAS — Members of the National Grocers Association believe the organization does a top-notch job in its lobbying activities and government relations work but would like it to do even more, Peter Larkin, president and chief executive officer, said here last week at the opening general session of the association's 29th annual convention. In a survey of member opinions, NGA's government-relations work was ranked No. 1, Larkin said. But when members were asked what the association can do ...
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