Following is a time-line of some highlights in the history of NAWGA: pts wholesalers to organize in support of the legislation to form the National Wholesale Grocers' Association. 1920: Maurice Toulme is named as NWGA's second executive vice president. (Tenure lasts until 1954.) 1921: The first voluntary wholesale group is started by S.M. Flickinger Co., Buffalo, N.Y., to help independents combat the threat of chains. 1933: The National Wholesale Grocers' Association merges with American ...

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