SEATTLE -- Energy will be the hot topic this week. More than 200 attendees are expected to converge here for this year's Food Marketing Institute Energy and Technical Services Conference. The three-day event will focus on an unusually wide range of issues confronting the industry. Among the critical issues retailers will be tackling: implementing energy strategic management programs, seeking ways to reduce utility costs and designing more effective preventive maintenance programs. But the ...

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