AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (FNS) -- European food retailers have boosted their forecast of expected savings from instituting Efficient Consumer Response programs to 6.1% of total costs, or more than $30 billion. That estimate was released at the second official Conference of ECR Europe, held here March 13 and 14. The conference attracted nearly 1,700 delegates from 35 countries. Manufacturers represented 52% of attendees, retailers 16%, service industries 18% and other sectors 14%. The ...

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