CINCINNATI -- Kroger here has sent a letter to its nonperishable suppliers announcing a new-item and data synchronization program, and setting deadlines for compliance. The program is being administered through Chicago-based Transora, which Kroger selected in May as its recipient data pool. According to the letter, Kroger is asking suppliers to enroll in the program by Sept. 30, 2004; begin submitting new-item information through the system on Feb. 1, 2005; and begin synchronizing data for ...

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