WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The grocery industry is focused on politics, and the outcomes are likely to have long-term reverberations for wholesalers and retailers. The politics involve the sweeping changes being spearheaded by the 104th Congress, which has been considering issues of prime importance to grocers at a frenetic pace. From Rep. Newt Gingrich and the Contract With America to President Clinton's regulatory programs, there are a plethora of issues and personalities the industry is ...

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