With a barrage of new products hitting the market every day, managing the dairy case is no piece of cake. Retailers are finding new ways to keep cases filled with the right mix of items. Statistics suggest dairy department managers are doing a good job. The average rate of out-of-stocks in dairy falls in at less than 4%, which is low compared to other categories in the supermarket, industry sources said. A recent study sponsored by the Grocery Manufacturers of America shows that fluid milk ...
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