WASHINGTON - Sweet home, Chicago? Maybe not for much longer, if Food Marketing Institute's long-range planning committee has its way. The committee was scheduled to propose at FMI's board meeting on Saturday that the annual FMI Show rotate to different cities and alternate each year between being a product exhibit show and an educational conference beginning in 2008, officials from FMI, based here, told SN. "Like any business model, you need to change it periodically and let it evolve and ...

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