CHICAGO -- Quaker Oats Co. now has 15 customers -- representing 15% of its volume -- on a continuous replenishment program, said John Boynton, vice president of finance and customer service for the company's U.S. grocery products. The company, based here, began CRP two years ago with only two customers, he added. "Continuous replenishment implementation has been a significant part of our [Efficient Consumer Response] relationships," he said, speaking here at the annual convention of the ...

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