MINNEAPOLIS -- Officials at Nash Finch here are hoping a new Web-based information system linking all of its corporate and independent stores will help get new products on the shelf faster. LeAnne Stewart, vice president and corporate controller, Nash Finch, told SN the new system, called NashNet, will reduce by 24 days the time it typically takes to get new products on the shelves of retailers. She declined to reveal what the average lead time for this process is though, claiming that ...

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