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Marketing can work at work

Marketing can work at work

Report says the workplace is one of the best, and least utilized, places to influence female grocery shoppers.…

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Farming Out Produce Sales

Farming Out Produce Sales

King Retail Solutions found out what shoppers like about farmers markets—and how those positives can move indoors.…

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The Forgotten Front End?

The Forgotten Front End?

There is no lack of effort dedicated to righting center store woes or sustaining rapid growth in the perimeter.…

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Venezuelan Shoppers to Be Fingerprinted

Venezuelan Shoppers to Be Fingerprinted Venezuela is about to start biometric registering of grocery shoppers to prevent “hoarding” of basics like cooking oil and toilet…
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Fresh Thyme Moving Into Metro Detroit

Fresh Thyme Moving Into Metro Detroit Four Fresh Thyme Farmers Markets are scheduled to open in the Detroit area in 2016. …
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Industry News
image ‘Kid-Friendly’ Produce Strategies Tried

Food retailers and produce suppliers are teaming up to make the produce aisles of supermarkets more enticing to children.


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International Business
image Canadian Drugstores Test Food Sales

Canada’s former No. 1 drugstore chain is trying out food sales about a year after its purchase by Canada’s No. 1 grocer.


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Industry News
image Former Walmart Chief Gets GMA Award

Mike Duke, the recently retired CEO of Walmart, has received the 2014 Hall of Achievement Award from the Grocery Manufacturers Association.


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Industry News
image Haggen Gets New CEO

Haggen Inc., a grocery store chain based in Bellingham, Wash., has a new CEO.


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Industry News
image Mich. Food Stamps Now Buy More Produce

A food stamp program in Michigan matches shoppers’ food-stamp cards dollar-for-dollar up to $20 for locally grown produce.


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Industry News
image Many Retailers at Risk of Credit Hacks

The kind of malware that was probably used in a massive credit card breach at Target late last year is still active and has the potential to affect a thousand or more other retailers, according to cybersecurity experts.


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International Business
image Mexico Restricts Selling Sugar to Kids

Mexico is trying to combat a surge in obesity by placing increasingly severe restrictions on advertising unhealthy food to children.


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