BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Houchens Industries here told SN yesterday it is in the process of converting all of its conventional Houchens stores to the Everyday IGA brand — a process Jimmie Gipson, chairman and chief executive officer, said would probably take three years. According to Gipson, the combination of the IGA name, its strong private-label program and the growth of the banner across the U.S. have the potential to make IGA as powerful a competitor as Kroger is today. Houchens, which ...

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