ALBANY, Calif. -- In what may become a model for bringing the benefits of scan-based trading to smaller chains and independents, Andronico's Market here will test an SBT program, scheduled to begin in July, with logistical help from its wholesaler, Certified Grocers of California in Los Angeles. With SBT programs, manufacturers who supply retailers via direct store delivery maintain ownership of their inventory until it actually moves across the point of sale, rather up to the retailer's ...
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