NEW YORK -- Executives of the leading business-to-business e-commerce companies specializing in fresh foods say the recent formation of Internet buying groups among large retailers -- and similar activity on the seller side among processors -- might not impact the categories they handle as much as they might Center Store or general merchandise items. Unlike those products, where every unit is identical and bar-coded, the myriad variables affecting produce, meat, seafood and floral might ...

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