COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Nestle USA is shifting distribution for part of its frozen ice cream novelty business from a brokered system to a store-door delivery system. Effective Jan. 1, Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, Oakland, Calif., will begin direct store delivery distribution of Nestle Ice Cream Co. products in about one-third of its markets, said a Nestle spokesman. Areas of the country affected include the Pacific Northwest, northern California and sections of the Midwest. The remainder of ...

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