TAMPA, Fla. -- Supermarkets won't be able to capitalize on the expanding pet food and accessories business unless they have variety and marketing help from suppliers. "I see nothing but a good future if we all adapt and learn to market, not sell," said Loyd Tomlinson, vice president of general merchandise for Kash n' Karry Food Stores here, at the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association's executive seminar meeting. "I'm very excited about the pet industry and the future in front of ...
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