Industry players shed light on the ways that master brokers prove handy, from helping spruce up an existing line, to restructuring an entire controlled brand strategy. Big Y Foods, Springfield, Mass., inherited master broker Daymon Associates, based in Stamford Conn., through its alliance with the buying group Topco, Skokie, Ill., as part of a greater "commitment to expand the private-label program and make this thing happen," according to Dan Lescoe, vice president of sales and marketing ...

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