WASHINGTON -- The costly problem of out-of-stocks at supermarkets is increasing, despite years of efforts by retailers to tackle the issue, according to a new study done for the Grocery Manufacturers of America here. The study, "Full Shelf Satisfaction: Reducing Out-of-Stocks in the Grocery Channel," is being released today by the food and beverage makers association at its annual executive conference in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. It provides an in-depth look at direct-store-delivery ...
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