The Food Marketing Institute here is soon expected to release the second part of a major two-part report on reducing unsaleables in the supply chain that encompasses multiple retailers and manufacturers. The new report, produced by the Reverse Supply Chain Improvement Project, “should be finalized soon,” said Dan Raftery, president of Raftery Resources Network, Antioch, Ill., who served as a consultant on the project. The project, launched in April 2010, is sponsored by FMI ...

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