As was mentioned in this space last week, several key supermarket retailing figures interviewed for that issue predicted that economic events are moving in the right direction, and that the prospect of increased sales is in view. To some extent, that outlook was verified by many of those at last week's Food Marketing Institute convention and exposition in Chicago. As compared to last year's event, the mood seemed elevated and more than a little optimism was expressed about how the future of ...

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