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The National Grocers Association (NGA) is the national trade association representing the retail and wholesale grocers that comprise the independent sector of the food distribution industry. Also represented are affiliated associations, manufacturers, and service suppliers, as well as other entrepreneurial companies that support NGA's Mission and Philosophy.

Grocers in the Community

Associated Grocers of New England Members Launch Double Up Food Bucks Program


Select New Hampshire members of the Associated Grocers of New England have recently launched Double Up Food Bucks, a healthy food incentive program.  The Double Up Bucks program are matching SNAP customers with a dollar for dollar match for fresh produce.  The program aims to help low income families bring home more nutritious options to construct their meals, and will run from August through the New Hampshire growing season, while funding remains available.  

The Associated Grocers of New England is a retailer-owned cooperative grocery wholesaler based in Pembroke, New Hampshire.  

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Featured Event


Fall Leadership Meetings

October 16-20, 2017
Palmer House Hilton
Chicago, IL

For the first time ever, NGA is aligning its Fall Leadership Meetings with the NACS Show.  In addition to directly engaging with decision makers and industry experts at the Fall Leadership Meetings, network with more than 20,000 attendees at the NACS Show, the premier event of the year for the convenience and fuel retailing industry.

To learn how you can get involved in this event, click here.

NGA Advocacy Center


The NGA Take Action portal provides a platform for each of the nearly one million workers represented by the independent retail and wholesale supermarket industry to make their voice heard and connect with elected officials and regulators. It takes less than one minute to contact your Members of Congress on issues of importance to the independent supermarket industry and make a difference!

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