WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute here will put a private-label pavilion on the exhibit floor for the first time at its annual convention in Chicago next year, a move some observers say is a sign of the continued strength of store brands. The pavilion will consist of 6,300 square feet and feature displays from 10 to 20 companies, said Sherrie Rosenblatt, a spokeswoman for FMI. The pavilion was added to the floor plan after attendees indicated a desire to see more private-label ...

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