WHIPPANY, N.J. -- Wakefern Food Corp. marked the end of an era last month. That's when Thomas P. Infusino ended his 34-year run as chairman of the nation's largest supermarket cooperative, where he served as a uniting force that helped the company become a regional powerhouse. Under Infusino's leadership, the ShopRite stores in the Wakefern cooperative have grown their sales nearly tenfold, from $969 million to nearly $9 billion. "That's proof that our co-op system is a viable way of doing ...

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