In anticipation of the Produce Marketing Association's 2009 Fresh Summit International Convention and Exposition in Anaheim, Calif., next month, SN is pleased to present this special supplement highlighting current trends in produce retailing. The recession has made 2009 a challenging year for retailers. Shoppers may be dining out less and eating at home more often, but even at their local supermarket, many are cutting back on their spending. As a result, effective marketing programs are ...
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