SEATTLE — Shareholders of Associated Grocers here voted Friday to approve the sale of certain assets of the company to Unified Grocers, Los Angeles, industry sources told SN, with completion of the deal expected by the end of the month. AG officials said vote totals would be released today. Unified members previously approved the deal, which would combine the two cooperatives to form a $4 billion company. The vast majority of AG’s nearly 700 employees have been offered positions at the new ...

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