ARLINGTON, Va. — Food Marketing Institute is hoping to discover just how much talent this industry has. Not the kind of talent required to keep shelves stocked with fresh produce — but the kind that can stand the heat of the spotlight and wow an audience. Seeking an entertainment concept to replace the awards banquet it canceled two years ago, FMI is scheduled to unveil today its plans to stage a competition called “FMI Idol” at next year's conference in Las Vegas. The contest, borrowing ...

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