ATLANTA — Brookshire Grocery Co. has assigned good grades to a one-year-old category collaboration program with suppliers and is poised to grow the effort, according to a conference presentation here last week. The initiative, which spans a wide range of store segments, from grocery to perishables, has produced sales and share gains for the Tyler, Texas-based retailer. Brookshire shares data with suppliers (for a fee) and then solicits their feedback and insights. “We deal with more than ...

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