Distribution is the final line of defense in the fight to protect perishables profits. Mishandling, temperature variations or delays within the system can spell disaster not only for a retailer's bottom line but in the sensitive food-safety arena as well. In addition to traditional "weapons" such as refrigerated trucks and multi-temperature distribution centers, retailers and wholesalers are using newer technologies that make perishables distribution faster and more accurate, such as ...

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