FALLS CHURCH, Va. (FNS) -- The food-service business is not the grocery business. That may seem obvious on its face, but for supermarket operators to work an understanding of this into their psyche will require momentous and fundamental changes in corporate culture and business relationships with suppliers, according to John Gray, president of the International Foodservice Distributors Association here. Gray, whose association primarily represents the traditional food-service distribution ...

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