NEW YORK -- The connection between the supermarket industry and the nation's specialty foods will grow stronger in 2002, when the Spring Fancy Food Show in Chicago will take place at the same time as the biggest supermarket trade show, held by the Washington-based Food Marketing Institute. The two shows will be held separately, in different venues, from May 5 to 7 that year, but attendees will be able to register for and attend both shows. Crossover without a dual registration will be ...

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