KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- To strengthen the competitive positioning of its members, Associated Wholesale Grocers here has developed a series of licensed banners under which they can operate. "The banners give retailers a broad latitude to put their independent stamp on a store while at the same time giving them disciplines to follow and advertising and merchandising programs to utilize," Michael DeFabis, president and chief executive officer, told SN. ons, and that is geared to stores of 25,000 ...
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