Left to right: Bradford Fitch of Congressional Management Foundation, Israel O'Quinn of K-VA-T, and Teross Young of Delhaize America. (Photo by Greg Cohen/ProView Events)
ORLANDO, Fla. — Food retailers can play up their status as important political constituents to influence legislative activity, according to a panel at Food Marketing Institute’s Future Connect conference here Tuesday. One strategy that can help educate legislators is to get them into the stores and see for themselves the issues that retailers face, according to two supermarket government relations professionals on the panel, which was moderated by Jennifer Hatcher, senior ...
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