LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said Monday it will lose a retail member in the Pacific Northwest when C&K Market, Brookings, Ore., switches to Supervalu as its supplier. Executives at C&K and Supervalu could not be reached for comment. C&K operates 61 stores, of which 40 operate in Oregon and 22 in Northern California. Although the chain's total volume is estimated at $460 million, a Unified spokesman said the member-owned cooperative would lose "less than 3%" of its $4 ...
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