PHOENIX — Tim Devanney, president of Connecticut’s Highland Park Market, received the Food Marketing Institute Glen P. Woodard, Jr., Public Affairs Award on Tuesday. The award recognizes Devanney’s leadership in helping the supermarket industry address important government issues and was presented at FMI’s Midwinter Executive Conference here. FMI said Devanney was instrumental in helping spark interchange fee reform by convincing his home-state senator, Christopher Dodd, of the need. Dodd ...
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