FMI TO REFORMAT, GROW NEXT YEAR'S SHOW

CHICAGO -- The Food Marketing Institute plans to offer its 2003 exhibit here in one hall at McCormick Place, rather than the north and south halls it has occupied for several years, Brian E. Tully, senior vice president, told SN last week.However, FMI does not anticipate utilizing any less space for its floor exhibits, he said. The institute is utilizing 800,000 to 900,000 gross square feet of exhibit

CHICAGO -- The Food Marketing Institute plans to offer its 2003 exhibit here in one hall at McCormick Place, rather than the north and south halls it has occupied for several years, Brian E. Tully, senior vice president, told SN last week.

However, FMI does not anticipate utilizing any less space for its floor exhibits, he said. The institute is utilizing 800,000 to 900,000 gross square feet of exhibit space in the two halls this year, he pointed out, "and we hope we can grow to 1 mil

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