NEW ORLEANS -- While the food brokerage business will continue to consolidate in the next half decade, the industry will employ technology, local market expertise and value-added store-level services to remain a vital part of the go-to-market system for consumer goods. "In today's industry, brokers can manage change. And as we look to the end of the century, the high-performing brokers in the year 2000 will drive change," said Vic Orler, strategic services partner in consumer products ...

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