The National Grocers Association, Reston, Va., said last week it will move in April to new offices in Ballston, Va., a suburb of Arlington, to be closer to offices of the federal government and to other trade associations. Thomas K. Zaucha, president and chief executive officer, told SN the existing 10,000-square-foot building, which NGA owned, was sold more than a year ago. The new offices will be in a leased commercial facility housing other companies' offices, with NGA occupying roughly ...

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