London — Although the globalization of food retailing is expected to accelerate over the next five years, it will more likely involve retailers generating returns on their existing investments in overseas markets rather than searching for new territories, according to international food and grocery consulting firm IGD. The 2007 IGD Global Retail Outlook report, previewed for SN last week, found that 77% of food industry leaders predict that international growth will come from emerging ...
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