PARK RIDGE, N.J. -- Two of the country's biggest brand marketers have jumped into the third-party pallet pool. Kraft General Foods, Northfield, Ill., has agreed to make most of its retail food lines available to customers on pallets from Chep USA here. Pillsbury, Minneapolis, plans to ship its entire retail line of food products on Chep, thus becoming the first manufacturer to offer third-party pallets nationally in all major food categories. Both companies cited their commitment to ...

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