The estate tax and credit card interchange fees remain top concerns for supermarket chief executive officers interviewed by SN, although other issues, such as immigration and sustainability, have become more prominent. “I think we'll see more efforts, both positive and negative, to incentivize the industry regarding sustainability,” said Al Plamann, CEO of Unified Grocers, Los Angeles. “Business always reacts better to positive incentives than to penalties, but there are still people who ...

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