ARLINGTON, Va. — Officials at Food Marketing Institute here are hopeful that an effort to drive more broad-based attendance at the association’s big trade show in Dallas will pay dividends this year. Neil Golub, chairman of Schenectady, N.Y.-based Price Chopper Supermarkets and chairman of FMI2012, as this year’s show is called, said the association issued a call for retailers to send not only their top executives but also more of their buyers, to make the show more ...
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