KEASBEY, N.J. — Wakefern Food Corp. here recently completed the development of a new-item portal intended to eliminate paper forms and manual keypunching for suppliers bringing new items to market, said Michael Durning, the cooperative wholesaler’s manager of data integrity. “We have just begun a pilot phase [for the portal] with a limited number of grocery suppliers,” he said. The portal is part of a three-pronged strategy to keep product data as accurate as possible, reflecting products’ ...
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