ATLANTA -- The wholesaler-supplied independent retail sector is running at less than 80% of capacity, owing to a factor as simple as lack of adherence to shelf-schematic integrity, according to preliminary findings of the Retail Coverage/In-Store Implementation Study unveiled here. The project received its initial airing at last week's Food Distributors International Annual Business Conference & Partners Program. But the same study suggests that independents could increase unit sales ...

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