Food retailers and wholesalers around the country have seen uneven results in the first half of the year, but for the most part are confident that their sales will continue to improve, or at least remain even as the economy lurches ahead. In interviews last week with SN editors, operators cited a lack of food inflation as one factor inhibiting sales growth, and some also cited the impact of the payroll tax reinstatement on low-income shoppers. “I think when January hit and ...
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