Mixed modules are drawing more attention as a way to cut inventory costs, speed product flow and spur retail sales, frozens professionals say. Also called mixed or "rainbow" pallets, these supply units contain multiple varieties of a certain product or category in one load, furnishing retailers with a preset selection of popular items ready for pack-out. They typically are set up at a manufacturer facility but also can be assembled at a wholesale, retail or third-party distribution center. ...

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