CHICAGO - Rising credit card interchange fees are among the top concerns of food retailers, according to supermarket executives interviewed at the Food Marketing Institute show here last week. "The banks are playing with a loaded deck," said Norman Rich, chief executive officer, Weis Markets, Sunbury, Pa. "The costs should be going down because there are more and more people using cards, but that's not the case." According to Rick Mills, chief financial officer, Weis Markets, interchange ...

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