PLOVER, Wis. -- The newly formed trade group for independent food brokers will provide services for a segment of the industry lost in the "stampede" to national brokerages, one of its founding members told SN. "This is about giving the independent broker more of a voice in the industry," said Chip O'Hare, who addressed the new Independent Food Brokers of America (IFBA) at its inaugural meeting in Chicago last month. The meeting, held prior to the Food Marketing Institute show, drew 60 ...

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