MINNEAPOLIS -- With the advent of new forms of e-commerce, some predicted the demise of electronic data interchange (EDI). But many big players in the supermarket industry, including Nash Finch here, feel this is far from the truth. In TradeWinds EC, Dallas, an application service provider, Nash Finch has found a Web-based program that facilitates the transfer of EDI data, a process that allows for the use of electronic purchase orders and other supply chain documents. Nash Finch is about ...

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