Datassential “New Healthy” presentation at COEX for Small/Midsized Businesses

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Small/Midsized Business (SMB) members and operator customers typically meet during the first day of IFMA's Chain Operator Exchange (COEX) conference to learn about and then discuss common opportunities.  In the 2012, this meeting focused on addressing consumers need for "healthy" options.  The presentation is from Datassential, and it provided information on what consumers really want and how we as manufacturers and operators can work together to appropriate options.

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