CHICAGO -- In the food retailing industry, there's no such thing as one-size-fits-all. That's especially true for IGA here, the world's largest voluntary supermarket network. With licensed supermarkets in all 50 states and two dozen countries, IGA has managed to adapt stores to a vast array of cultures, marketplaces and economic climates -- all the while enforcing a strict code of standards for its operators. This type of international growth fuels -- and is fueled by -- U.S. operations ...

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