National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA), a business services cooperative for retail food co-ops across the United States, today announced the addition of three new members and three new associate co-ops. NCGA also announced that two former associates have joined as members, bringing the a
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NCGA is proud to be among the seven winners of the 2012 International Year of Cooperatives Film Festival. Winning films were announced during the closing ceremony of the International Year of Cooperatives Closing Ceremony.
Today, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA)—a business services cooperative representing 128 food co-ops nationwide—announced its certification as a B-Corporation.
Today a majority of named class plaintiffs filed a notice of appeal to challenge a ruling from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York granting preliminary approval to a proposed settlement of a long-standing antitrust class action filed by merchants against Visa, MasterCard and the largest banks.
Today NCGA, one of 10 named class plaintiffs in long-standing antitrust litigation against Visa, MasterCard and the largest banks, strongly rebuked the proposed interchange settlement and urged Judge John Gleeson to deny its preliminary approval.
National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) has exceeded its goal of raising $100,000 to be donated to national nonprofit Share Our Strength in support of the No Kid Hungry® campaign.
Today a majority of the named plaintiffs representing the class of all merchants in the case of “In Re Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation” announced their opposition to the proposed antitrust settlement agreement with Visa, MasterCard and some of the nation’s largest banks.
Today, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) announced the launch of two new, limited edition ‘International Year of Co-ops’ chocolate bars.
A group of associations representing merchants of all sizes highlighted the reasons behind growing opposition to a proposed settlement of long-standing antitrust lawsuits filed by merchants against Visa, MasterCard and the nation’s largest banks.