Rising prices, immigration issues and food recalls made 2007 a trying time for fresh foods, but not all of the news was bad
In our Strategic Planner issue on Dec. 17, Fresh Market highlighted several big trends affecting retailers right in their stores: impending deadlines, like country of origin labeling in the produce and meat departments, and great opportunities for building on past success in prepared foods and locally grown products. This week, with our annual Year in Review, we take a look at just some of the issues that have shaped fresh food retailing from outside the supermarket doors. There's plenty ...
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