BARCELONA, Spain (FNS) -- A new global electronic system for buying and selling food products is building a base of subscribers that could comprise 25,000 manufacturers in 50 countries by the end of next year, according to Woolworths, Australia's largest food retailer involved in the project. David Wills, Woolworths' general manager of management information systems, discussed progress of the GEMMNet system here at the third annual retail forum sponsored by International Computer Ltd., ...
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