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Weir, Tom
July 2003
Progressive Grocer;7/1/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 10, p3
Trade Publication
Comments on how some consumer packaged goods companies neglect the needs of independent supermarkets as customers. Mistake of companies in evaluating the profitability of their customers; Cost of serving independent supermarket chains for consumer packaged goods companies; Responsibilities of consumer packaged goods firms to supermarkets.


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