The California Grocers Association is speaking with a louder voice these days following its merger in May with the California Independent Grocers Association. CGA has traditionally voiced the viewpoints of the larger operators in the state, while CIGA spoke for smaller-store operators. “But the merger completes our portfolio and allows us to speak for the kind of retailers many legislators really care about — the mom-and-pop businesses in the communities they represent, the ones ...

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