DALLAS — The supermarket industry has a ways to go in terms of improving its image to attract new workers, according to panelists Tuesday at Food Marketing Institute's Future Connect leadership development conference here. "People think our industry is simple [because it appears that way to consumers], but we need to get people to understand how broad this industry really is," said Don McGeorge, the recently retired president of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, citing the broad range of functions ...

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