ATLANTA — It's beginning to look as though 2009 will be a very difficult year for most people in the U.S. Fortunately, food retailing is a very resilient industry, but with unemployment on the rise and many consumers looking to save money wherever they can, shopping habits will likely change in unexpected ways. In an interview arranged by the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del., Jeff Rosensweig, associate professor of finance and director of the Global Perspectives Program at Emory ...
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