THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of two West Coast retailer-owned cooperatives -- Certified Grocers of California, Los Angeles, and United Grocers, Portland, Ore. -- have scheduled meetings this week to vote on the proposed merger of the two companies. UG's board is scheduled to meet tomorrow, and Certified's board on Wednesday. If the two boards approve the merger, they will file documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission and then, after a 30-day waiting period, schedule shareholder ...

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