CHICAGO -- Food retailers who fail to adopt data synchronization run the risk of being put out of business by those companies that use it successfully to drive costs out of their systems, two industry leaders told attendees at the Food Marketing Institute Show here last week. "The risk is that you get left behind," said Bill Grize, chief executive officer, Ahold USA, Chantilly, Va., in a presentation at the opening session of the trade conference. "We could literally be talking about ...

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