WASHINGTON -- Tim Hammonds has been looking forward to 2001 for some time. Ever since he became a strong advocate for the election of George W. Bush, before the Texas governor ever declared his intentions to seek national office, Hammonds felt that Bush had the right stuff for the food retail industry. Now Hammonds, president and chief executive officer of the Food Marketing Institute here, is excited by the opportunities the new Republican administration will bring to food retailers ...
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