ATLANTA -- The strike by 185,000 United Parcel Service employees apparently had little effect on the shipment of food to retailers last week, but mail-order food companies had to make some adjustments in their shipping efforts. A spokeswoman for Food Distributors International, Falls Church, Va., told SN the trade group has not heard of any food-related problems stemming from the strike because, "our members do their own distribution." A spokeswoman for the National Retail Federation, ...

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