DES PLAINES, Ill. -- Central Grocers Cooperative continues on a healthy growth curve despite ongoing speculation about a possible merger with its chief competitor for independents' business in the Chicago market. At a recent meeting here of the Merchandising Executives Club of Chicago, the company's plans were discussed by Joe Caccamo, executive vice president and general manager; Jim Denges, vice president of marketing and purchasing; and Bob Wagner, vice president and assistant general ...
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