RANDOLPH, Mass. -- The Northeast Fresh Foods Alliance here has redesigned its show floor to create category-specific sections and has expanded exhibit hours at its 2000 Conference & Expo set to open next week in Boston. Those changes, plus a beefed-up menu of educational seminars, are aimed at delivering as much convenience as possible to attendees, said Andrea Walker, NEFFA executive director. She said the organization recognizes retailers are as time-starved as everybody else and is ...

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