NEW ORLEANS -- Food brokers are building specific business plans based heavily on technological tools to broaden the scope of their services. ent $500,000 on average over the past five years, according to a survey conducted by the National Food Brokers Association, Reston, Va. The report, presented here during the NFBA Technology Forum last month, was designed to determine the degree to which brokers were using technology to make their businesses grow. Among the 82 food brokers ...

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