ORLANDO, Fla. -- While slotting fees are increasingly becoming the price of admission for some products in the produce department, the practice of charging them is being increasingly scrutinized by the government, according to a food industry representative bent on chasing slotting fees out of the business. "The slotting issue is becoming more prevalent in your industry," said Nick Pyle, an antislotting-fee crusader who briefed a room full of produce industry executives on slotting and ...

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