For many purveyors of fresh foods, 2011 was a two steps forward, one step back type of year. Progress is being made on goals including enhanced food safety systems, seafood sustainability and better nutrition programs for kids and adults, but, there were also setbacks. Supermarkets have continued to find new ways to offer their customers ideas that help them save money by cooking at home. Unfortunately, after two years of calm, 2011 saw the return of significant food price inflation, ...

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