LAS VEGAS -- Value-added will be the catch phrase for the National Grocers Association in 1995, according to Thomas K. Zaucha, president and chief executive officer. Interviewed on the eve of NGA's annual convention here, Zaucha said the Reston, Va.-based group will focus on offering more services to independent operators. "The association's strength during its first 12 years has been its advocacy positions, and that role will continue," Zaucha explained. "But with change occurring at ...

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