KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers here is awaiting approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission on a proposed initial public offering of about 29% of its stock, industry observers told SN last week. said. AWG officials declined to comment last week. The $3 billion cooperative, the nation's fifth-largest wholesaler, serves more than 800 customers located primarily in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas, with additional volume emanating from adjacent areas, ...

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