WASHINGTON — President Bush signed a $152 billion economic stimulus package yesterday that includes tax rebates for consumers and incentives for businesses to invest. “This stimulus package will benefit food retailers, especially smaller ones, who are expanding job-rich prepared food departments, health and wellness programs and other consumer services to compete more effectively,” said Tim Hammonds, president and chief executive officer, Food Marketing Institute, in a prepared statement. In ...

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