If it's July, then it must be time to re-examine unsaleables. Each year at this time, food retailers and manufacturers convene for the Joint Industry Unsaleables Management Conference to look at ways to collaborate on reducing the number of products that can't be sold at retail because they are damaged, expired, recalled and discontinued. But for those products that do end up as unsaleables, the debate continues to boil about who's responsible for them and how to compensate retailers for ...
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