There are many areas in the food-distribution industry that call for cooperation between food distributors (retailers and wholesalers) and manufacturers, but perhaps none more than unsaleables, the flawed products that end up being removed from the distribution stream. Only by working together to identify the specific factors causing a product to lose its sales appeal -- whether from shipping, handling, date rotation, among others -- can distributors and manufacturers make a dent (pun ...
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