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WHOLESALE. To sell by wholesale, is to sell by large parcels, generally in original packages, and not by retail. (q.v.)

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Nowhere is this cooperative relationship more critical and more apparent than in the relationship between wholesalers and craft brewers.
Kenary, a Worcester native and president and cofounder of Harpoon Brewery in Boston, said the state's brewers are unlikely to change wholesalers without a lengthy and costly ordeal.
Speaking at the buying group's annual conference in Cardiff last week, MD Philip Jenkins told suppliers they needed to learn more about their wholesalers and improve communication.
Goods are bought by wholesalers in very large quantities, often direct from the manufacturers.
Of principal concern to Kew was that the space not be divvied up and subleased to a slew of other wholesalers, a common practice encouraged by the high premium subtenants will pay over direct rents for slivers of warehouse space totaling just a few hundred square feet.
Alcoholic beverage wholesalers have asked retailers to raise beer prices, but major supermarket chain stores are rejecting the demand.
Through Learning Online, internal wholesalers use a Centra software platform, in conjunction with Outlook e-mail scheduling and other Windows-based programs, to host scheduled or impromptu meetings with producers with Internet access.
According to a new report issued today by the Specialty Wine Retailers Association, Illinois alcohol wholesalers contributed $5,731,776 to state political campaigns between 2000 and 2006, more than wholesalers in all other states, save Texas.
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Wholesalers have been left frustrated by a lack of support from big tobacco suppliers following a larger-than-predicted fall in sales after the introduction of the ban on smoking in public places across the UK.