PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The bottom-line potential in the retail-food industry is so enticing, nearly everyone wants a piece of the market. However, as companies jockey for position in the various channels, they need to balance tried and true methods with enough vision to compete in a complex arena, said John Heinbockel, a securities analyst and vice president at Goldman Sachs, New York. A featured speaker at the inaugural SN Food Retailing Summit here, his presentation, "The Battle for Share ...

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