Emerging technology became a shining star that many in the food distribution business invested in heavily for survival against the best in the business like Wal-Mart. Events of the last year, however, have taken some of the shine off that star, acknowledged participants in an informal SN discussion forum on investing in new technologies going forward. The discussion was conducted by SN prior to the upcoming Food Marketing Institute's Marketechnics, Feb. 3 to 5, in San Diego. Participants ...
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