GARDINER, Maine — Associated Grocers of Maine here said it will wind down and liquidate its business after being placed in receivership Wednesday.
The company, which was founded in 1953, was servicing over 300 stores in Maine, New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts out of a 261,000-square-foot distribution center, according to the wholesaler's website.
AGM representatives could not be reached for comment. In a letter posted on the company's website, James C. Ebbert, the court-appointed ...
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