WASHINGTON -- Food Marketing Institute here unveiled a Y2K consumer education brochure to be used by retailers as a bag insert. ry partners to educate retailers on how to avoid complications and is currently testing and verifying compliance of supermarket computer systems and those of major food suppliers. FMI is making the brochure immediately available to its members. For more information, contact FMI (202-452-8444) or visit the Web site (www.fmi.org).
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