NAWGA

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NAWGANational-American Wholesale Grocers Association
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The study, "Wholesale Food Distribution: Today and Tomorrow," was conducted for NAWGA by Andersen Consulting.
This report demonstrates the enduring value of the wholesale- supplied system, while pointing out the challenges we face with new technologies and new forms of competition," said Boyd George, chairman of NAWGA and chairman of the board, Alex Lee Inc.
According to Julian Leavitt, chairman of the NAWGA committee that oversaw the preparation of the study: "This report will open a lot of eyes to the importance of wholesale distributors.
NAWGA members employ a work force of over 350,000 and, in combination with their independently owned customer firms, provide employment for several million people.
Block said NAWGA and IFDA have concerns about President-elect Clinton's advocation of certain policies that could be damaging to the business climate, including mandatory employer-provided health care, higher taxes and a strengthened role for government regulators.