ARLINGTON, Va. — For 25 years the National Grocers Association has been fighting the good fight for equality of opportunity in an ever-consolidating industry, where big chains and alternative formats have come to dominate food retailing. Most recently, NGA, which represents retail and wholesale grocers that make up the independent sector of food distribution, was quick to argue against Wal-Mart Stores' attempt to trademark “EDLP,” an abbreviation for “everyday low price,” a pricing policy ...

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