LOS ANGELES -- The supermarket chain of 2010 could consist of a network of specialized retailing units, with one focusing on high-quality produce, another on home-meal replacement and still another on convenience items. This was just one possible view of supermarket retailing in the next millennium expressed at "Year 2010: Vision of the Future," a panel discussion at the Food Marketing Institute's MarkeTechnics convention here last week. Executives were unwilling to bet on the future ...

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