HONOLULU -- The supermarket industry is encountering waves of new trends that will irrevocably alter the roles of operators and require executives to learn new rules fast, according to Robert Stauth, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City. The primary challenges, which range from new technologies to new formats, will lead to a permanent shift in the lineup of top food retailers, Stauth said last week in a keynote address at the Western Association of ...

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