WASHINGTON -- Retailers and wholesalers applauded the recently announced changes in the Food Marketing Institute's annual GM/HBC Conference, but said the show's fate could hinge on the success of its 1995 edition. Those contacted by SN, many of whom are either on the conference's Educational Planning Committee that met here last month or have attended the show previously, said they believed the format for 1995's program will make better use of time. Alterations planned include: private, ...

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