LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets here has realized cost savings across a broad range of not-for-resale spending since it began working with Braintree, Mass.-based TopSource three years ago, according to Scott Attaway, director of service and supplies procurement for the 50-store chain. “They bring an aggregate element to our procurement, and that has been a big benefit to us,” he told SN. TopSource is the not-for-resale division of the Topco private-label cooperative. Among the ...

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