CAPTIVA ISLAND, Fla. -- Food brokers selling health and beauty care products were advised to look outside their main customer base -- food chains -- for future growth opportunities. In a keynote address to about 100 manufacturers and nonfood brokers, industry consultant Bob Ernsberger said significant financial turnarounds at some drug store chains could translate into additional business for brokers. Ernsberger, a consultant who works as director of trade development at Whitehall-Robins ...

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