PITTSBURGH — A year-old sharegroup that includes two major food retail chains and five large CPG companies has identified gaps in implementation of merchandise plans and promotions at the store level that it says costs food, drug and mass channels approximately 1% of annual gross product sales, or an estimated $10 billion to $15 billion dollars. The self-funded sharegroup, known as the In-Store Implementation (ISI) Sharegroup, believes that an industrywide effort, akin to the Efficient ...

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