NEW YORK -- The growing sophistication of consumers will drive retailers to stock more global food products over the next five years, and force an expansion of product displays, according to a new world study by Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. While not necessarily "new" in the traditional sense of the word, the trend's strength caught the attention of the researchers, who noted consumers are subsequently becoming more demanding, desiring not only a wider assortment of items, but also greater ...

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