CHICAGO -- Food retailers need to spend time learning about the needs of the consumers in individual markets, and then tailoring their operations to meet those specific needs, said Liz Minyard, co-chairman and co-chief executive officer, Minyard Food Stores, Dallas, and the new chairman of Food Marketing Institute, during a presentation with the outgoing FMI chairman at the association's annual conference here last week. "We look for opportunities to niche, to target our supermarkets to ...

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