STANDARDIZED CODES ARE LABELED A MUST

DALLAS -- The meat and produce industries need to build on early gains in point-of-sale data capture if the promises of category management are to be realized.That warning was delivered here by Robert DiPiazza, vice president of produce operations at Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill., who stressed that the gains from converting to standardized data procedures for meat and produce far outweigh

DALLAS -- The meat and produce industries need to build on early gains in point-of-sale data capture if the promises of category management are to be realized.

That warning was delivered here by Robert DiPiazza, vice president of produce operations at Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill., who stressed that the gains from converting to standardized data procedures for meat and produce far outweigh the costs involved. He spoke at a session held during the Joint Industry Conference on

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