PARIS -- The European food industry is weighing the potential benefits of the Internet and so far concluding that business-to-business applications provide the brightest opportunity. That's the word from European attendees and exhibitors here at last week's SIAL 2000, the international food and beverage trade show held every two years. Europeans said B2B appears to outshine business-to-consumer applications as the area of clearest benefit, and they are looking to the United States as a ...

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