PHOENIX -- Like everything else in the supermarket business today, consumer demand is driving produce buying offices to adopt e-commerce sourcing procedures, said retail executives participating in a panel discussion of the emerging technology at United 2000 here, the annual convention of the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, based in Alexandria, Va. "I think the consumer is probably going to come out of all of this winning the most," said Dan Hamilton, group vice ...

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