WASHINGTON -- American consumers are increasingly aware of the role that diet and nutrition play in their health, but, at the same time, their food-preparation skills have sharply declined. That seeming irony emerged as the common theme of two major presentations at last week's Grocery Manufacturing Association's Conference on the Future of Food. The event drew manufacturers, scientists, retailers and trend analysts. The two presentations that set the tone for the conference were a keynote ...

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