MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here will be rolling out an application that uses activity-based costing methods to determine the true profitability of products within a planogram shelf set. The wholesaler will make the software available to its seven regions this summer, with the Northern region here scheduled to receive it first. Supervalu has already tested the system in six categories, including laundry and dish detergents and salad dressings. "All our partners have recommendations of how to ...
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