WASHINGTON -- At a time when publicly traded supermarkets and consumer packaged goods companies live from one financial quarter to the next, Grocery Manufacturers Association here will challenge food industry executives to take the long view and explore what the future holds for the industry. The GMA has assembled high-level leaders from multiple disciplines -- including retailers, manufacturers, industry associations, third-party providers, consultants, researchers, government officials ...
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