USA: New GMA task force will focus on e-commerce issues impacting DSD companies
The Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA) has launched a new task force to focus on critical e-commerce issues that impact the food and consumer product industry's direct store delivery (DSD) system. DSD companies deliver their products, which typically have high turnover at the store or are fragile and/or perishable, directly to retailers, rather than through a warehouse system. DSD categories include snack foods, carbonated beverages, bread, milk, frozen pizza and beer.
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