NEWTON, Mass. -- At a ground-breaking meeting here last month, 80 representatives from five segments of the retail food industry got together to discuss how the independent supermarket segment can take on the competition -- the restaurant industry. The meeting drew independent retailers, wholesalers, distributors, brokers and manufacturers from across New England. They were told that all segments of the retail industry must work together on more effective marketing and merchandising if ...
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