WASHINGTON -- Food Marketing Institute here plans to get back to basics in 2001. "After a couple of years dealing with issues that had to be dealt with, like Y2K, it's important that FMI returns to core issues like industry growth," Michael Sansolo, senior vice president, told SN. "Obviously each FMI event comes at growth from a different angle. But overall, our theme for the new year will be to look at ways we can help the industry grow in terms of sales, profits and expertise." ...
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