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The Voice of the Grocery Industry in the State of Alabama

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On this date ten years ago Alabama had 62 tornadoes, killing 252 people and injuring many more. Pictured is the damage from a store in Hackleburg. During disasters such as these, our communities show strength and come together for one another. Thank you to all our #SupermarketHeroes for everything you do every day! ... See MoreSee Less

On this date ten years ago Alabama had 62 tornadoes, killing 252 people and injuring many more.  Pictured is the damage from a store in Hackleburg. During disasters such as these, our communities show strength and come together for one another. Thank you to all our #SupermarketHeroes for everything you do every day!Image attachment

AGA was proud to participate in the 2021 Food Marketing Institute/National Grocers Association Virtual Day in Washington, meeting with Congressman and Senators across the state of Alabama to express the concerns of the food industry. National Grocers Association Food Marketing Institute Mitchell Grocery Corp. Wright's Market ... See MoreSee Less

AGA was proud to participate in the 2021 Food Marketing Institute/National Grocers Association Virtual Day in Washington, meeting with Congressman and Senators across the state of Alabama to express the concerns of the food industry. National Grocers Association Food Marketing Institute Mitchell Grocery Corp. Wrights Market

Second Round of P-EBT Approved For Alabama FamiliesThe Alabama Department of Human Resources has received federal approval to distribute a second round of Pandemic EBT benefits to eligible families.

P-EBT benefits will start rolling out in late spring or early summer to qualifying households with children in grades K-12 (including pre-K students in public and some private schools) and to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients with children under 6 years old.

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Second Round of P-EBT Approved For Alabama Families
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