NEW YORK -- Food wholesalers face a challenging future, securities analysts told SN during a roundtable discussion here. As more independent retailers, who make up the core of wholesalers' volume, go out of business or sell out to larger self-distributing entities in the face of mounting competition, the traditional role of wholesalers may have to change for them to survive, the analysts said. ions between outlets that sell food blur more and more in consumers' minds. Shopping via the ...

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