WASHINGTON -- The Grocery Manufacturers of America and the Food Marketing Institute, both headquartered here, have released a report on year-2000 contingency planning for retailers and their trading partners. "Supermarket retailers have a long history of working very closely with our trading partners across the supply chain to overcome short- and long-term problems," noted Timothy Hammonds, FMI president and chief executive officer. "Meeting challenges associated with Y2K is no exception, ...

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