TORONTO -- The food industry may be hard pressed to keep up with the rapid pace of consumer and social trends that will eventually transform food retailing today, said Kevin Sneader, principal, McKinsey & Co., Florham Park, N.J. During a general assembly presentation of the Falls Church, Va.-based Food Distributors International's Midyear Executive Conference held here last week, Sneader detailed six consumer drivers that are destined to affect product assortment and how retailers will ...

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