Food retailing executives said they see the evidence of an economic rebound in their cash registers, and they believe that consumers will continue to spend more freely in an improving economy in the second half of the year. In interviews with SN, industry chief executive officers and chairmen said sales have trended up in the first half, and they expect them to continue to do so. Their optimism is tempered, however, by indications that the economy may be lurching ahead more sporadically ...

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