CHICAGO -- The trade show amalgamation scheduled to take place here in May 2004 is showing promise of revitalizing interest in the Food Marketing Institute's annual FMI Show. Early booth sales are up at two of the new auxiliary shows, and association leaders told SN they believe attendance also should be up this year as FMI joins forces for the first time with the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association and the Organic Trade Association. In addition, FMI will continue to co-locate with ...
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