NEW YORK — Located 2,500 miles from the continental U.S., and spread across four Hawaiian Islands hundreds of miles apart, the Foodland chain of 31 supermarkets faces more logistical challenges in keeping its shelves stocked than most U.S. food retailers. “Supply is a challenge,” Robert Murphy, the chain’s chief information officer for the past nine years, told SN this month during a visit to the National Retail Federation’s Annual Convention & ...

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