In the world of produce, change can come as slowly as new buds in a cold field. But the dynamics at work in today's supermarket industry are driving transformation at a pace that is causing both retailers and grower/shippers to reassess their relationships and the ties that connect them. One aspect of this evolution can be found in the produce box issue involving corrugated cardboard and returnable plastic containers. Ironically, as the debate continues and intensifies, the physical ...
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