LOS ANGELES -- Unified Western Grocers here said many of its independent retail members have been able to retain sales they picked up during the five-month strike in Southern California that ended in February. sign for the future of our supply channel." "We are very pleased with the results from our third quarter and the fiscal year to date," he said. "In addition to increasing our profitability by broadening our product selection and remaining vigilant about costs, many of our member ...

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