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Slotting Fee Replacement By Post-Marketing Methods Suggested - FTC Panel

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Alternative mechanisms to slotting fees designed to ensure retailers that unsuccessful products will not remain on shelves should be considered for the grocery industry, panel members asserted at a Federal Trade Commission public hearing on slotting fees in Washington, D.C. May 31-June 1.

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