MOSS VALE, Australia -- Situated in the Southern Highlands southwest of Sydney is the IGA Tuckerbag store. While the banner has a distinct down-under name, its IGA prefix was added just three years ago. Graham Legge, 66, who owns and operates the 27,000-square-foot store in this quaint tourist village, faced serious competition from large supermarket chains, Bi-Lo and Coles, which opened stores in Tuckerbag's backyard. "We felt we needed the IGA name," Legge told SN. "I knew IGA was going ...

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