As 2012 approaches, several trends continue to show promise for growth. Notably, shoppers are looking to supermarkets for advice about healthy eating, and locally raised foods are more popular than ever. In the coming year, the industry will also need to further the gains it has made toward improved food safety, while meeting growing consumer demand for product transparency. In this week’s issue, industry experts weigh in on how these issues will evolve in the near ...

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