WASHINGTON -- Food Marketing Institute here has decided to continue to go it alone. After approximately six months of contemplating whether it should take on a partner to run its annual May trade show and its Marketechnics conference, FMI's board of directors said last week the association was "recommitting itself to being the sole proprietor" of both events. "We are excited about the opportunity to continue to work with our retail and wholesale members, our ...

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