Presentations at last week's CIES Executive Congress in Madrid, Spain, offered a spectrum of ideas about how supermarkets of the future will evolve -- assuming supermarkets survive in their current form at all. CIES is the international association that draws membership from food-based companies from the retail, wholesale and supply sides of the businesses in more than 40 countries. CIES is based in Paris, with additional offices in Washington and Tokyo. You'll find news coverage of the CIES ...

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