The industry is gathering this week in Chicago for the annual Food Marketing Institute convention and exposition, so what better time to take a look at critical issues of the moment? After all, we're nearly halfway through 1995 -- the year that's at the middle of this decade. At the moment, we're far enough removed from the 1980s to have recovered from some of their excesses, and close enough to the new century to begin to discern some of its shape. Glimpsing the shape of the future is the ...
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