WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Higher retail food prices would be the likely result if supermarkets stopped receiving slotting allowances from suppliers, according to a major retailer. However, slotting fees also threaten the viability of smaller players, countered a produce grower, packer and marketer. These charges were exchanged last week during a two-day workshop at the Federal Trade Commission, which has been investigating slotting fees. The workshop was designed to help FTC officials figure out ...
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