LAS VEGAS — Diversity is good, but without accompanying commitment to inclusion, it's probably not good enough. That was among the messages challenging food industry leaders to view their company from a new perspective delivered at an FMI 2010 workshop last week by Eric Watson, vice president of diversity and inclusion for Food Lion. Watson argued that a diverse workforce — one that is reflective of the diverse customer base a grocery retailer would reach for — is most effective from a ...

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