A CERTIFIED REBOUND PLAN

Los Angeles -- Certified Grocers of California here has put its priorities in order.Confident that the company has finally moved past a series of circumstances that resulted in a volume drop of about $750 million during the past two years, the retailer-owned cooperative's management contends that Certified is in a stronger position to meet the challenges that lie ahead.Helping the company meet those

Los Angeles -- Certified Grocers of California here has put its priorities in order.

Confident that the company has finally moved past a series of circumstances that resulted in a volume drop of about $750 million during the past two years, the retailer-owned cooperative's management contends that Certified is in a stronger position to meet the challenges that lie ahead.

Helping the company meet those challenges will be Al Plamann, 52, who was elected Certified's presiden

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