The world of the food-distribution industry often seems to be dominated by any number of issues. Such issues include Internet-based exchanges, Internet-based selling, cash flow, stock values, new competition and consolidation, to cite a few. Genuine as those concerns are, they all have something in common: None of them have anything to do with the basics of merchandising product in ways shoppers want. Indeed, many of the concerns do quite the opposite; they cause large numbers of people in ...
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