CHICAGO -- IGA here said last week it has split the alliance into three operating units as part of a major corporate restructuring designed to provide better service to retailers worldwide. obal expansion efforts (IGA licenses 1,200 international stores); and IGA University, Singapore, a training program launched in 1992 in partnership with Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, which shares food-distribution knowledge with retailers and distributors. Thomas S. Haggai, chairman and chief executive ...

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