It has been observed more than once that the retailing side of the food-distribution business is divided into two camps, publicly held companies and privately held companies. Public companies aren't having much fun these days since they face harsh competitive conditions while simultaneously trying to produce ever-growing returns for an intolerant Wall Street. And that all happens under the glare of unremitting publicity. Private companies, meanwhile, are able to quietly toil away, ...
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