CHICAGO -- IGA here is back on track in the United States. After a year in which it lost Fleming, one of its principal wholesale distributors, and 300 stores -- nearly 20% of its U.S. store base -- IGA has licensed three new wholesale companies and put its banner on nearly 170 stores already this year, and sales are on the upswing again, Thomas P. Haggai, chairman and chief executive officer, told SN. "Despite the collapse of Fleming last year, our U.S. stores have been able to maintain ...

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