Supermarkets seeking profitable new revenue streams are gazing beyond their traditional shopper bases at other supermarket, foodservice and big-box channels as potential customers. By selling their private-label products, delivery services, nutrition research, marketing expertise or other proprietary consumer intelligence to both competitors and non-competitors, public chains can better appease the growth demands of Wall Street, and private operators can benefit financially and expand their ...

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