SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Food retailers are striving to position themselves on the front lines of health and wellness now that the trend is becoming more established, according to a new study and a retailer panel presented during the FMI Midwinter Executive Conference here. Panelists stressed the need to act quickly, as consumers increasingly link food with health. “If we become the solution for health issues, we will benefit from more frequent shopper trips,” said Paul Boyer, vice-chairman, ...
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