SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Food retailers are challenging Washington to recognize that  regulations aren't the best way to make progress on a host of business issues. On the same day that President Obama was inaugurated for a second term, a panel of retailers at FMI Midwinter here emphasized the need to lighten up on regulations on a number of fronts. "We're an industry that's been forever providing food in the most effective way," said Judy Spires, CEO, AG ...

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