Supermarket nonfood executives are constantly on the hunt for new and exciting products. Their expeditions might take them to other countries, or to multiple trade shows across the U.S. When they are in their home offices, it might cause them to give a small vendor offering something special in their marketplace as much importance as a representative from a large packaged goods company. The increased quality of imported products sold for competitive prices are a key factor, allowing them ...
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