Many of those involved in the independent side of the food-distribution sector are gathering in Dallas this week for the convention of the National Grocers Association. Independents are facing both challenges and opportunities that perhaps are without precedent. Challenges are emanating from sources as varied as Wal-Mart Stores and the growing market clout of chain retailers. Conversely, many avenues for competitive strength and growth remain open to independents. These vary from internal ...
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