CHICAGO -- IGA here said last week it plans to launch two new retail formats this year and to begin an assessment program of its wholesale distributors' warehouse facilities next year. Speaking at a special session marking IGA's 75th anniversary at last week's Food Marketing Institute convention here, Jim Fenzel, vice president of IGA USA, said the two new formats will be a neighborhood destination store called Everyday IGA and a convenience store format called IGA Express -- both imports ...

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