CHICAGO -- Food-industry executives had better become more specific when discussing the "global market." Retailers outside U.S. borders vary widely in terms of size, sophistication and their approach toward meal solutions in the cultures they serve, according to a panel of retailers assembled here for this month's Food Marketing Institute annual convention. But they all face the same challenge -- to provide customers with the food they want at a price they're willing to pay, and to make the ...
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