ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Officials from the WorldWide Retail Exchange here said it is launching a Web-based Surplus Goods Exchange this month that will enable retailers to sell excess inventory to other retailers. Steve Carr, director of strategic alliances, WWRE, said WWRE is the first of the three major electronic exchanges serving the food industry to offer such a service. The two other exchanges are Transora, Chicago, and GlobalNetXchange, San Francisco. The launch of the SGE follows an ...

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