Trading partner relations have reached a critical juncture just as players like Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup Co. and Kellogg Co. transition their executive leadership. While manufacturers work to offset higher commodity prices with leaner operations and greater innovation, retailers are seeing different, but familiar faces, as they regroup with suppliers. What bodes well for supermarkets are the decisions by trading partners to recruit from within, noted Don Stuart, chief operating officer ...
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