NAPLES, Fla. -- Business-to-business exchanges are about much more than auctions and reverse auctions, and it is not too early to get ready to participate. Those were just some of the observations on B-to-B food exchanges that two leading supermarket executives touched on during a panel discussion at the first Global Exchange Summit here this month. Other developing trends touched on included managing the supply chain and how to deal with new information the exchanges will make available ...

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