DALLAS — A company's position in the supply chain often determines its strategy in addressing the challenges of a globalized food industry. Supermarket retailers most often find themselves explaining globally sourced foods to their shoppers, while manufacturers actively seek out worldwide suppliers to create product, according to panelists speaking here at the Healthy Foods International Exposition and Conference. Yet, both actions serve the same purpose: satisfying domestic consumer ...
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