It's difficult to detect, but if you listen carefully you can hear the tone of the food-distribution industry changing, and it's all to the good. The many developments that lead to this change have been reflected in the pages of SN, but let's take a moment to sweep them all together and see what this change means. It all started a year or so ago when the term "insult pricing" had a brief but telling currency. That term was used by a number of food-distribution executives and others to ...

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