CHICAGO -- The Internet business-to-business market will grow rapidly in coming years and all players in the grocery supply chain need to start getting involved now, said a consultant speaking at the E-Business Summit here. "Participation in marketplaces by manufacturers, retailers and suppliers is going to be a necessity, not an option," said Tig Gilliam, partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, New York, who made a presentation during a seminar on the consumer products goods industry's recently ...

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