CHICAGO -- A concerted effort is necessary if supermarket retailers are to achieve any success at reducing the number of damaged and otherwise unsalable products in their grocery stockrooms. Members of the Joint Industry Task Force on Unsalables gave a preliminary report on the best practices for managing such products at a seminar here as part of the Food Marketing Industry's annual convention. The group's final report is scheduled to be published in July. The panel outlined 14 best ...

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