mg-caption: FMI Attorney, Evan Young, Baker Botts, receives questions from the media outside the U.S. Supreme Court following oral arguments.
The Promise of Confidentiality: FMI Presents Oral Arguments at U.S. Supreme Court

The Food Marketing Institute presented oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court in a case with broad implications for large and small commercial enterprises. We have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to clarify the appropriate standard for exempting store-level Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) data from public release — including whether the plain meaning of “confidential” should be applied or whether businesses must prove substantial competitive harm in every instance.

The SCOTUS Case that will Reexamine What “Confidential” Means to You

A legal case heading to oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court this spring has far-reaching implications when it comes to something you hold near and dear -- your confidential commercial information. FMI is a named party in the case because we believe strongly that it is FMI’s role to defend our industry’s right to compete on a level playing field as well as its ability to serve a customer base as diverse as the nation’s palate.

Surpassing the Expectations of the New Normal

During these rapidly changing times, the food retail industry is demonstrating the ability to rise to the challenge. Our enhanced ability to adapt, adopt and evolve is preparing us for the next golden era of food retail, doing what we do, smarter and better. We stand poised to be the Da Vincis and the Michelangelos, leading the emerging renaissance of retail.