Nothing but net/net

Genuardi, Mike
September 2005
Progressive Grocer;9/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 12, p76
Trade Publication
The article offers observation on net/net pricing in the U.S. grocery business. It explains the concept of net/net pricing. It recalls an experience with net/net pricing in the produce department. It discusses the problem associated with slotting fees.


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