Better communication along the supply chain, more efficient pallet loading, easier-to-lift shipping boxes, eye-catching consumer packages, more product information from farther down the line and more full-time, frontline help. Those are some of the things retailers and others said could give total produce sales a hefty push, but at least one retailer placed the responsibility for selling more produce squarely at the feet of the retailer. “I feel strongly that at this point the primary job ...
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