There's a new chapter in the saga of the major food industry B2B exchanges. They are taking steps to further define their directions and, just as importantly, highlight their staying power. This is the time for retailers, wholesalers and suppliers to pay close attention and figure out where they fit in. But first, a brief recap. The exchanges were launched with a flurry of announcements earlier this year. Their selling point is the ability to use the Internet to facilitate trading among ...
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