WASHINGTON -- The consumer packaged goods industry grew a bit stronger in 2004, with median net sales growth rising to 7.8%, up from 6.9% in 2003, according to a CPG financial performance report from the Grocery Manufacturers Association here and Kurt Salmon Associates, Chicago. said Todd Hooper, a KSA principal. "But the real winners are a group of industry leaders that use great brands, scale and productivity gains to drive shareholder value. These companies are the real muscle behind the ...
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