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Publix Wins Top Spot in Temkin Study

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Publix was No. 1 in the latest Temkin study on customer experience, based on feedback from 10,000 customers, reported San…

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HBR Names Top CEOs

image Tesco's former CEO Terry Leahy (#79) was named to Harvard Business Review's "100 Best Performing CEOs In The World" list,…
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Walmart, Target Named to Most Inspiring Companies List

image Walmart is the second most inspiring company in the United States, next to Apple Inc., while Target ranks third, according…
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Campbell's Tests New Soup Recipes on Millennials
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Campbell's North American soup business has seen its market share decline since 2008, as the millennial generation prefers eating out and has more exotic tastes than older consumers, Bloomberg Businessweek said.
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Analysts Say Supervalu's Cost-Cutting May Be “Too Little, Too Late”
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The speed of Supervalu's unraveling in its first quarter was “startling,” according to an iStockAnalyst.com article, noting the 45 percent fall in first-quarter profit.
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Fish Mislabeling Rampant
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According to a new report from marine conservation group Oceana, grocery stores in South Florida had the lowest numbers of mislabeled fish, about 8 percent of the samples collected, as compared to 58 percent of sushi purveyors, described the Miami Herald.
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Dollar Stores Up to 28 Percent Cheaper than Grocery, Superstore Counterparts
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Dollar stores offer discounts of up to 28 percent off supermarket prices on some brand-name items, according to a ShopSmart magazine survey.
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'Demanding' Millennials Want More Choice, Convenience from Food Stores: Study
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Demographic shifts are likely to impact the center of the supermarket, as the generation of millennials is expected to be more demanding than baby boomers have been about the foods they purchase, Mother Nature Network reported online.
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Food Companies' Profit Interests Don't Align with Public Health: Report
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Food companies' responsibility to produce profits for shareholders puts them in conflict with public health interests in improving consumers' health, according to a new report published by the Public Library of Science.
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