ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. — Food retailers that are not among the largest in the country will continue to see a decline in the attention they receive from suppliers in the coming years, as the economy puts pressure on manufacturers’ resources, according to a webinar presented by the Food Institute here last week. “Suppliers will focus on their 10 to 15 largest customers, and if you are not in the top tier, it is likely you will see decreased supplier investment not only in the form of promotional ...

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