RESTON, Va. -- The National Food Brokers Association here signed a contract that will enable its members to draw from a national marketing data base at discounted rates. NFBA recently signed a deal with Information Resources Inc., Chicago, giving members access to IRI data bases at a 40% to 60% discount, beginning in January. The program, part of NFBA's new Technology Resource Center initiative, was officially unveiled to food brokers at the association's annual convention in San Francisco ...

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