COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The trickle-down theory is alive and well and working in grocery wholesaling: Consumers are changing, retailers are reacting and -- as a result -- wholesaling is likely to look substantially different in upcoming years. That's the burden of a major study about the future of wholesaling that received its initial airing at last week's Food Distributors International Midyear Executive Conference here. "Those companies that recognize the warning signs and develop a ...

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