CHICAGO -- Last week's convention here of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington, included the transition to a new chairman and recognition of the need for a new long-range strategic plan. apolis, took the FMI chairman's reins from Robert Bartels, president of Martin's Super Markets, South Bend, Ind., who had held the FMI post for two years. Four other officers were elected, five new directors joined the board and 26 were reelected. Elected vice chairpersons were: Hugh G. Farrington, ...

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