Despite years of reports, meetings and industrywide efforts, unsaleables -- products removed from distribution -- continue to represent a significant problem in the food-distribution industry. That reality was reflected in the record attendance of 237 retailers, manufacturers and vendors who came last month to Newport, R.I., for the 2002 Joint Unsaleables Management Conference, sponsored by the Food Marketing Institute, the Grocery Manufacturers of America, both Washington-based, and Food ...

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