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Tobacco giant Philip Morris is heeding to consumer preferences as its plots a smoke-free future.

Rollout of a distributor management system aims to better control promotions, improve productivity and streamline inventory and sales processes across the continent.

The latest contract in a decades-old partnership covers distribution in 35 states through 2024.

The more than one million square-foot facility in Maryland will optimize product distribution for the company's growing direct-to-consumer business.

Swire Beverages unlocks the full potential of its Coca-Cola Supply Chain Network in China by transforming its operations to synchronize with real-time consumer demand across every channel.

The company will drive digital commerce innovation through a partnership with ItemMaster.

Anheuser-Busch is bringing consumers a new way to order and enjoy Bud Light with its Bud Light Button, a beer delivery app that allows users to order Bud Light with one easy tap of the finger.

In an effort to enhance a lean and responsive supply chain, Del Monte Foods has implemented a demand-driven inventory planning service from Real Time Value Network, provided by One Network Enterprises. The solution is expected to lower inventories and operational costs, improve service, and increase profitability.

Who are America's most powerful people in food? Here we identify five CG individuals that are most powerfully influencing the industry. These are the individuals that make things happen, rewrite the rules, change the conversation, and shift the paradigms.

Deckers Brands has appointed David Lafitte to COO, beginning February 2, 2015. Mr. Lafitte previously served as the company's general counsel, and will replaces Zohar Ziv, who retired in January 2015.

Some 48 million cases of illness in the United States each year are caused by spoiled or contaminated food. Heres how RFID can help ameliorate this epidemic. The question is, who will actually buy and use these systems?

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