NEW YORK -- A test program that Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, will launch July 1 has widespread implications for the role of manufacturers in the store-level execution and maintenance of retail shelf sets. The new initiative's goals include helping retailers combat out-of-stocks by providing them with a variety of diagnostic and best-practice technologies and programs. One key element of the new Store Development Initiative, which kicks off next month in the Arizona and Corpus Christi, ...

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