WASHINGTON -- Supermarket cooperatives figure prominently in an annual Top 100 list released by the National Cooperative Bank here. The rankings are based on 1997 revenues. Leading the way among industry representatives is Elizabeth, N.J.-based Wakefern Food Corp., which -- for the second consecutive year -- was third among cooperatives from all sectors. The rankings are based on annual revenues; Wakefern recorded revenues of $4.6 billion last year. In all, 21 supermarket co-ops made the ...
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