CHICAGO - The associations that currently co-locate trade shows each year here with Food Marketing Institute's annual convention are examining the possibility of staying together now that FMI has said it will reduce the frequency of its booth shows to every other year. "Certainly, there's interest on our part in keeping an every-year show," said Tom Stenzel, president, United Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association, Washington, in an interview with SN last week. "There's so much change and ...
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