FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Food Distributors International's 1998 agenda reminds wholesalers that they don't operate in a vacuum. The association is gearing its shows to promote interactions between wholesalers and other supply chain partners. It is also increasing cooperation with other industry groups and launching a major study to help wholesalers understand how they can improve their relationships with independent retailers. "We're trying to get wholesalers to interact more," said John R. ...

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