FMI 1998 ANNUAL CONVENTION

CHICAGO -- The supermarket industry is getting better marks from consumers, according to research from the Food Marketing Institute, Washington.Asked to rate their store on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 as the top score, consumers gave the industry an overall rating of 8.2, "which is slightly higher than we've been in the past, and not bad on the scale," Michael Sansolo, the FMI's senior vice president,

CHICAGO -- The supermarket industry is getting better marks from consumers, according to research from the Food Marketing Institute, Washington.

Asked to rate their store on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 as the top score, consumers gave the industry an overall rating of 8.2, "which is slightly higher than we've been in the past, and not bad on the scale," Michael Sansolo, the FMI's senior vice president, said last week.

Sansolo was citing figures from the FMI's study called "Tre

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