WASHINGTON -- After several years of occasionally drastic changes at its annual trade shows, the Food Marketing Institute here said its focus in 1998 will be to make mostly smaller adjustments to fine-tune each event. FMI executives told SN the annual convention in May will attempt to make the technology exhibit area more compelling; the MarkeTechnics show in February will attempt to make operations more comprehensible to technology people; and the MealSolutions show in October will ...

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