FMI annual convention e of electronic benefits transfer systems to dispense food stamps must be standardized to prevent additional headaches for the food industry, a Hy-Vee executive said here last week. According to Rose Mitchell, vice president of education and government affairs at the West Des Moines, Iowa-based chain, EBT is available in 13 states, compared with only five states in 1990, but is likely to be used by up to 30 states by the end of 1997. Mitchell made her remarks during ...

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