PORTLAND, Ore. -- Unified Western Grocers, Los Angeles, hopes to grow volume 6.2% to $3.35 billion in fiscal 2001, Dirk T. Davis, president of the company's Pacific Northwest division, said here. Sales for the fiscal year ended in late September were approximately $3.15 billion, Davis said during a talk to the sixth annual Food Industry Leadership Conference sponsored by Portland State University. "But $3.3 billion isn't enough," he said. "There are still holes we need to fill, and there ...

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