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  • May 3, 2012
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    FMI2012 Video: Interview With Chef Andre Nowading

    Chef Andre Nowading, executive chef of a Kroger Marketplace store in Farragut, Tenn., talks about his "South of the Border Lasagna," which he was going to prepare for FMI's Supermarket Chef Showdown at FMI2012 in Dallas. He was interviewed by SN Editor-in-Chief David Orgel....More
  • May 3, 2012
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    FMI2012 Video: Interview With Rudy Dory

    Rudy Dory, owner and founder, Newport Avenue Market in Bend, Ore., says "it's very important for us to be local because we have nowhere else to go. We have to be local." He was interviewed by Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert and SN Editor-in-Chief David Orgel at FMI2012 in Dallas....More
  • May 3, 2012
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    FMI2012 Video: Interview With Sheila Laing

    Sheila Laing, vice president of human resources at Hy-Vee, says Hy-Vee's employees offer "a helpful smile in every aisle" because "customer service is the No. 1 priority." She was interviewed by Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert and SN Editor-in-Chief David Orgel at FMI2012 in Dallas....More
  • May 2, 2012
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    FMI2012 Video: Interview With Tom Stenzel

    Tom Stenzel, president and CEO, United Fresh Produce Association, says fresh produce is "the differentiator for a lot of stores. They are able to put their best foot forward, right out front with the fresh produce section." He was interviewed by Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert and SN Editor-in-Chief David Orgel at FMI2012, which is co-locating with United Fresh 2012 in Dallas....More
  • May 2, 2012
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    SN Presents FMI2012 Video Interviews With Industry Leaders

    Supermarket News is broadcasting video interviews with industry leaders from FMI2012 in Dallas, and they'll continue to be available online after the show....More
  • Apr 27, 2012
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    Four Things to Track at FMI2012 Show in Dallas

    The last time FMI held its signature biennial show, in May 2010, Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” anti-obesity initiative was just launched, retailers were just beginning to grapple with the impact of rising food prices, and Foursquare and Groupon were just landing on the industry’s radar....More

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