GARDINER, Maine — Associated Grocers of Maine here told SN Tuesday it is continuing to supply customers with some products, though a spokeswoman there declined to indicate how much longer that would continue. The company announced last week it had gone into receivership and would liquidate its operations, leaving its 300 members — mostly convenience stores, the spokeswoman told SN — to scramble to find alternative sources of supply. Associated Grocers of New England, another cooperative ...

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