ROSEMONT, Ill. -- There was no "hush-hush" in the Rosemont Convention Center outside of Chicago as manufacturers of store-brand foods, nonfoods and services gathered for the annual convention and exposition of the Private Label Manufacturers Association. Thousands of attendees found new products and line extensions designed to help retailers further improve their private-label strategies. The 2004 PLMA show also picked up on the importance of ideas with the introduction of a new PLMA Idea ...
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