WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute here is making plans to ensure that retailers attending the upcoming annual convention and exposition in Chicago are ready to deal with the challenges of the fast-approaching year 2000. With the new millennium just months away, the FMI plans to give its members ample opportunity to hear about and discuss the issues surrounding Y2K, Timothy M. Hammonds, the association's president and chief executive officer, told SN in a pre-convention interview. ...

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