PHILADELPHIA -- Post-consolidation aftershocks are creating shifts in the key contact points between retailers and grower/shippers, as well as new areas of friction, a biennial snapshot of the industry has found. Released during the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit 2001, the FreshTrack research study by Cornell University focused this year on supply chain management. It found the state of change has been accelerated by retail consolidation, and the emergence of new, shared ...

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