NEW YORK -- The National Association of the Specialty Food Trade here will no longer co-locate its Spring Fancy Food Show with the Food Marketing Institute Show in Chicago after 2007, according to Tim Hammonds, president and chief executive officer, FMI. A spokesman for the NASFT could not be reached for comment. As SN reported yesterday, FMI will stage a booth show in Las Vegas in 2008 and will co-locate there with the United Fresh Produce Association show. Talks are ongoing with The ...

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