CHICAGO -- Retailers have to fill the needs of contemporary shoppers to succeed longterm, Michael Sansolo, senior vice president of the Food Marketing Institute, said here last week. The challenge is to recognize changing demand and figure out how to adapt, he told the Speaks session at last week's annual convention of the Washington-based FMI. One of the toughest challenges may come as today's 15- to 24-year-olds mature into tomorrow's consumers. "Among that group, 39% says they eat out ...

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