HARRISON, Ark. -- A goal of McKesson Service Merchandising division here is to leverage its buying clout in nonfood and better allocate trading funds to retailers on a regional basis. Newly appointed MSM President Bob Sigel told SN the company may have to recast its present buying and marketing strategies to enable the 11,000 supermarkets in 40 states it supplies with nonfood products to become more competitive against other classes of trade. Presently, the McKesson division is one of the ...

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