CHICAGO -- The number of floral departments in supermarkets is expected to grow almost 9% this year, according to a study released here last week at the annual convention and educational exposition of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. The largest increase is expected to be in full-service floral departments, which should grow by more than 15%, according to the study. By contrast, self-service departments should grow by 5.4%, and limited-service departments by 4.2%. The study of ...

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