SN recently interviewed a half-dozen operators of Save-A-Lot and IGA banners from throughout the country about their companies and about working with their licensors. Their profiles, appearing exclusively on, follow: Dyer’s Comes Back to the IGA Fold WAMEGO, Kan. — John Dyer is a born-again IGA operator. He was forced to give up the IGA banner on his store here when Fleming folded and his new wholesaler was not an IGA distributor, but he gladly became a licensee again ...

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