LONDON, Ky. -- Laurel Grocery Co. here said last week it has agreed to become IGA's 25th distributor, with plans to convert more than 30 independent stores to the IGA banner by mid-summer. d Georgia. The first group that will adopt the IGA name includes 19 Food World stores, six or seven Food Fairs and a variety of other banners, James Buchanan, president and chief operating officer of the $200-million-plus wholesaler, told SN. He said another 20 or so stores from Laurel's existing ...
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