WASHINGTON (FNS) -- It promises to be an extraordinary second half on Capitol Hill as momentum builds to advance truck loads of legislation that could impinge on almost every aspect of the way the food distribution industry does business. Points of concern range from the contentious health care reform initiative to considerations as mundane as who is permitted to dispose of cardboard boxes. Mindful of the load of legislation, the industry's chief lobbying apparatus -- the Food Marketing ...

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