AWG leverages acquisitions to expand its buying power
Associated Wholesale Grocers has quietly become the nation's second-largest member-owned cooperative, primarily through a series of strategic acquisitions. And it intends to continue to grow very deliberately. “To meet our objectives, we believe our best opportunities are to look first at contiguous areas that we can reach from our current facilities and build market-share before investing in concrete and racking,” Jerry Garland, president and chief executive officer, told SN. “Our track ...
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