Food Marketing Institute, Washington, said it will launch a new Web site,, in an effort to better educate the job-seeking public about food retail career opportunities. FMI will introduce the site during the 2000 Supermarket Industry Convention and Educational Exposition in May. "The food retail industry faces great challenges with the recruitment of employees in all job functions and titles, from part-time unskilled positions to highly experienced senior management," said ...

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