What a difference a decade makes

December 1997
Progressive Grocer;Dec97 Supplement Sourcebook, Vol. 76 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on technology development and the grocery industry. Technology-related topics which chain executives, independent executives and wholesalers have placed on their action index for 1998; Impact of technology development on the retail trade business; Prediction on the consumer-direct business.


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