Some small retailers are skeptical about the ultimate success of the UCCnet effort, which is developing standards for the exchange of up-to-date pricing information and product descriptions. It's a great idea but unlikely to happen across the board, according to some independent and small chain food operators who said they would rather not be named. They believe that early players are too proprietary to allow for the free flow of data necessary for the ultimate success of a universally ...

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