WASHINGTON -- For its annual convention next year, the Food Marketing Institute here plans to double the size of its private-label exhibit to more than 12,000 square feet. Nearly twice as many companies are expected to participate in the display area, to be called the Private Label Center. "We're projecting 30 exhibitors. There were 16 in 1995," said Edie Clark, director of media relations at FMI. The private-label exhibit made its debut at this year's convention, where it was called the ...

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