CHICAGO -- The supermarket industry is showing steady growth in key areas of financial performance, including the top and bottom lines.
Operators last year posted better results despite little help on the inflation front, partly by active efforts to draw consumers who had left for other shopping outlets, Michael Sansolo, senior vice president of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington, said last week.
Sansolo unveiled these results at Speaks '99, The State of the Food Marketing Industry, ...
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