SAN ANTONIO — Consumers’ growing interest in dietary and health information will significantly expand the number of product data attributes that suppliers will need to provide retailers and wholesalers via the data synchronization process, said Michael Durning, manager of data integrity for cooperative wholesaler Wakefern Food Corp., Keasbey, N.J. Wakefern, which supplies member-owned ShopRite and PriceRite stores, already supports 86 product attributes in its product database, including ...
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