ATLANTA -- It's a new ball game for supply-chain relations because of the unprecedented level of retailer consolidation. The new dynamics are having a major effect on suppliers of produce and other categories, a point that became clear during a workshop here at Fresh Summit '99, the annual convention of the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del. A panel of distributors stressed the importance of developing strategic relationships with vendors and balancing the conflicting challenges of ...

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