Certified Grocers of California and United Grocers said last week their shareholders will meet separately but simultaneously on Sept. 27 to finalize their merger, which will create a new company called Unified Western Grocers. The announcement followed last week's approval of the merger by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Certified is based in Los Angeles, United in Portland, Ore. vision of Muskegon, Mich.-based Quality Foods, a farm-supply company, have "chosen to ignore the law, ...

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