SAN FRANCISCO -- Retailers and manufacturers interested in implementing the "perfect order" now have a new list of criteria to follow. Among the new features, or metrics, that would reflect perfection in ordering are synchronized data and fully stocked store shelves. The new list of perfect order metrics was outlined at Food Marketing Institute's Distribution Conference, which took place March 13-16 at the Omni Hotel here. Dee Biggs, director, demand fulfillment services, Welch's, ...

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