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QKL is the only supermarket company in northeastern China that is a licensee of the Independent Grocers Alliance, or IGA, a U.
Independent stores today should not be in the business of building supermarkets but in the business of building community centers," says Thomas Haggai, chairman and CEO of Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA), an international voluntary supermarket network based in Chicago.
Its concept is based on the business model of marketing groups in other industries such as Affiliated Distributors in the electrical industry, Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) in the grocery business, and Carpet One and Carpets Plus in floor coverings.
Business Editors CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 9, 2000 Finalized during the FMI Show at Chicago's McCormick Place May 9 was a new agreement and pact that will enhance the relationship between the Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) and Quality Chekd Dairies and add to the competitive advantages of the constituent groups that each organization serves.
0- 4/20/95 /CONTACT: Beth Day, work, 312-240-2647, or home, 312-477-3010; or Missy Denja, work, 312-240-2739, both of Edelman Public Relations/ CO: Independent Grocers Alliance ST: Illinois IN: ENV SU: JJ -- NY096 -- 9536 04/20/95 13:12 EDT
Long active in the industry, Werries was previously chairman of the Food Marketing Institute and until recently was a director of the Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) and the National-American Wholesale Grocers Association.
He served as past chairman of the board of the National-American Wholesale Grocer's Association (NAWGA) and is a current director of the Food Marketing Institute, in addition to serving on the board of the Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA).