State treasuries around the country are seeking new ways to fill their coffers as federal funding is scaled back, creating a variety of issues of concern to food retailers. In a recent series of regional meetings among Food Marketing Institute and state industry associations around the country, that topic manifested itself in many ways, Pat Davis, vice president of state government relations at Arlington, Va.-based FMI, told SN. “There were a myriad of topics that came up around ...
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