100 YEARS OF EVOLUTION

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- At the age of 100, the California Grocers Association here is still a work in progress. Rather than simply resting on its century-old laurels, it is continuing to evolve by reinventing its annual convention with a more regional approach and widening its base among chain-store members. The CGA also maintains its primary role as the industry's voice in state and local government.Interviewed

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- At the age of 100, the California Grocers Association here is still a work in progress. Rather than simply resting on its century-old laurels, it is continuing to evolve by reinventing its annual convention with a more regional approach and widening its base among chain-store members. The CGA also maintains its primary role as the industry's voice in state and local government.

Interviewed just prior to the association's 99th annual convention -- scheduled this w

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