CHICAGO -- Some of the changes that the Food Marketing Institute made to this year's conference received positive reviews from the retail attendees who were interviewed here at the show last week by SN. Retailers said they appreciated the co-location of the Fancy Food Show in the McCormick Place convention center, and several also said they enjoyed the three-hour, in-depth Learning Lab educational presentations. "I like the changes FMI has made this year in the education portion of the ...

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