Supermarkets are continuing to heavily support food banks despite changes in the supply chain that reduce the amount of excess inventory. A host of new programs devised by food banks in concert with manufacturers and distributors are encouraging supermarket cooperation. This is occurring even as Efficient Consumer Response pares down the amount of products in the pipeline and the warehouses. While certain retailers, including H.E. Butt, Stop & Shop and Minyard, are known for their ...

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