ORLANDO, Fla. — In a collaborative effort with Nestlé Purina PetCare, Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectday, N.Y., started paying its invoices electronically through an electronic funds transfer (EFT) system and developing a weekly scorecard, among other initiatives. Previously Price Chopper just “cut a check and stuck it in the mail,” said Mark Chandler, Price Chopper’s vice president, supply chain, during a session yesterday at the FMI/GMA Supply Chain Conference here. But by paying ...

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