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FMI WEIGHS SELLING STAKE IN ITS ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
WASHINGTON -- Faced with dwindling attendance figures and a never-ending struggle to sell exhibit space, Food Marketing Institute here said it would consider
RETAILERS END '04 WITH STRONG HOLIDAY SALES 
Buoyed by a strengthening economy, the 2004 holiday shopping season helped many food retailers end the year on a positive note, according to a survey
STAYING AHEAD 
After a year when supermarket operators took some big strides in creating differentiated formats, they hope to stay ahead of their nontraditional competitors
HEALTH FOOD 
2004 presented significant challenges to Center Store.Supermarkets faced enormous pressure on prices and margins, as alternate formats fine-tuned their
RETAILERS SEE ELECTION OUTCOME AS BOON TO FOOD INDUSTRY 
WASHINGTON -- The promise of four more years of pro-business legislation left industry leaders satisfied with last week's national election, although
CATEGORY UPS AND DOWNS 
SN's yearbook of category sales trends in this week's issue reveals how much the ups and downs of category movement are based on satisfying consumer needs.Presented
CATEGORY UPS AND DOWNS 
SN's yearbook of category sales trends in this week's issue reveals how much the ups and downs of category movement are based on satisfying consumer needs.Presented
TALKS BEGIN ON COLORADO LABOR PACT 
DENVER -- Supermarket employees here are seeking "across-the-board increases in everything" as negotiations between supermarket operators and United Food
SUPERMARKETS WEATHER SUMMER'S SOGGY START 
Despite the cool, damp weather in much of the country and high gas prices that were blamed for drowning overall retail sales in June, supermarket operators
SIGNALS AHEAD 
Food retailing executives said they see the evidence of an economic rebound in their cash registers, and they believe that consumers will continue to
SIGNALS AHEAD 
Food retailing executives said they see the evidence of an economic rebound in their cash registers, and they believe that consumers will continue to
RETAILERS OPTIMISTIC SUMMER FOOD SALES WILL HEAT UP 
Supermarket retailers told SN their expectations are running high that they can maintain a healthy sales momentum as the Memorial Day weekend kicked off
RETAILERS OPTIMISTIC SUMMER FOOD SALES WILL HEAT UP 
Supermarket retailers told SN their expectations are running high that they can maintain a healthy sales momentum as the Memorial Day weekend kicked off
RETAILERS SUPPORT CO-LOCATED SHOWS 
CHICAGO -- Retailers interviewed by SN at the Food Marketing Institute Show here last week said they found the combination of multiple trade shows at
FOOD-DISTRIBUTION EXECUTIVES SEE SIGNS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH 
The economy is picking up steam and headed toward a sustained recovery, according to industry leaders from around the country interviewed in recent weeks

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