ARLINGTON, Va. — The health and well-being of the supermarket industry is deeply aligned with the health of today's food shoppers. Therein lies a big opportunity, said Tim Hammonds, president and chief executive officer of the Food Marketing Institute here. “The lightbulb has finally gone off for average families that health and wellness is pretty much connected with diet and lifestyle and the food they eat,” he told SN. Supermarkets are the most ideally suited of all competing retail ...
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