WASHINGTON -- Industry outsiders may see the food retailing world as a bastion of stability, but those on the inside know better. Rapidly changing technology and consumer lifestyles require near-instant, in-store adjustments. So when SN asked the Food Marketing Institute's past and present leaders to speculate about the future of the supermarket industry, they were understandably reluctant. No one wants to go on record talking about how by 2007 shoppers are going to glide down aisles on ...
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