FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Food Distributors International here said last week it plans to offer its members on-line linkups with a series of existing Internet exchanges to make it possible for them to conduct business-to-business communications. FDI had intended to form an exchange with Food Marketing Institute, Washington, but those plans fell apart in early May -- reportedly after FMI was instructed by its board of directors not to duplicate B2B efforts by its larger members, who had already ...
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