COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- If supermarkets can maintain their current market share of health and beauty care, by the year 2000 the channel will have generated as much as the projected savings from the industry's Efficient Consumer Response initiative, about $30 billion. This is a statistic that Tim Hammonds, president and chief operating officer of the Food Marketing Institute, related to a record-breaking attendance of 1,033 health and beauty care executives gathered here last week for the ...

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