OSAGE BEACH, Mo. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan., has implemented an "Authentic Hispanic" product program for some of its 850 independents as one way that independents can distinguish themselves and combat the onslaught of supercenters in the 10-state area that AWG services. AWG executives told members attending the annual convention of the Missouri Grocers Association here that supercenters have come on strong, especially in southern Missouri, northern Arkansas and ...

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