WASHINGTON -- The food industry must be more flexible than ever in order to keep pace with changing technology and easily adapt to the business strategies of the emerging new generation of leaders, according to the Grocery Manufacturers of America here. The organization said it is poised to help its members understand and assimilate new technologies and corporate practices. "There are a number of forces converging on our industry today, and they're all coming at a fast pace. Fundamentally, ...

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