• Kellogg’s data-driven collaboration with Harris Teeter last year reduced unsaleables significantly. • On an annual basis, Kellogg conducts at least 84 weeklong unsaleables audits with retailers. • Kellogg has completed more than 150 major unsaleables studies with retailers over the past decade. The issue of unsaleables — products taken out of distribution because of damage, expiration or discontinuation — has always been a contentious one in the food ...
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