LAS VEGAS — Retailers should spend more time talking with consumers to determine what they want to buy rather than leaving it up to the federal government to make those decisions, a panel of industry executives told the National Grocers Association's annual convention here last week. Joe Sheridan, executive vice president of Wakefern Corp., Keasbey, N.J., said the industry needs to make more information accessible to consumers “to give them the choice to make the right decisions on their ...
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