In addition to TopSource, a number of food retailers employ Phoenix-based Intesource, another third-party not-for-sale procurement firm, which relies on reverse auctions for most of its procurement activities. Intesource’s buying process generally services the requirements of individual retailers rather than an aggregation of retailers, though it does sometimes bring together multiple retailers for sourcing events, said Len Kaplan, vice president of sales for ...

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