Meatier issues

Tosh, Mark
January 1999
Progressive Grocer;Jan99, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p59
Trade Publication
Focuses on changes being implemented by grocery wholesaler Supervalu Inc. in its meat-products distribution operation. Firm's growing involvement in merchandising; Proliferation of stock-keeping units; Home-meal replacement; Consumer demands.


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