CHICAGO — Fresh foods represent a major opportunity to create a point of competitive difference and foster customer loyalty, but only if retailers evolve in response to ever-changing trends, according to Sherry Frey, vice president of account services for West Dundee, Ill.-based The Perishables Group, speaking at her “New Rules for Perishables” session here at the 2007 Food Marketing Institute Show last week. Notably, households are getting smaller, and the Baby Boomer demographic is ...
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