PHILADELPHIA -- The poor economy and recent U.S. terrorist attacks are altering the balance in which consumers spend dollars between the food-service and food retail sectors, according to panelists at a session sponsored by Produce Marketing Association at its Fresh Summit. Speakers outlined how retail is picking up share from food service and discussed how supermarkets can further promote fresh-foods business in this environment. Stephen Melton, director of chilled food operations for ...

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