In seeking out the perfect distribution system for supermarket food service, retailers are discovering that there probably isn't one. The only constant, said retailers interviewed by SN, is that there is no sure-fire answer, no one pathway to success. Instead, they said, they are finding they have to rely on a mixture of methods of distribution and delivery to the stores, employing a variety of systems to meet the needs of both the products and the consumers. Some retailers rely ...

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