WASHINGTON -- The coming year promises to be one of stiff challenges and golden opportunities for the supermarket industry. With sluggish growth anticipated, increased competition from nontraditional formats and a vastly altered political landscape, operators will certainly have their work cut out for them. But the good news is that the industry has already shown signs it can turn such challenges to its advantage, said Timothy M. Hammonds, president and chief executive officer of the Food ...
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