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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (February 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A place for planning. Male, Jessie 109
ALAN to the rescue. Litwak, David 200
All-purpose toy. 84
ARTS and sciences: industry standards greatly increase the efficiency of choosing vendors and applications. Make them work for your company. Shulman, Richard 921
Banking on gourmet: Balducci's strikes gold with top-notch perishables and private label groceries in a landmark setting. Turcsik, Richard 2842
Beverage leverage: vitamins, flavors and stepped-up marketing are driving sales of bottled water and ready-to-drink teas. Turcsik, Richard 1681
Bi-Lo tackles gift card fraud. Turcsik, Richard 270
BJ's KOs pharmacies. Turcsik, Richard 99
Cashier-training interface gets an upgrade. Palazzo, Suzanne Vita 195
Chilean onions certified. 82
Cross-channel challenge: experts say supermarket operators should use loyalty data to get to know their shoppers better than competitors from any class of trade. Palazzo, Suzanne Vita 1484
Customized career paths. Turcsik, Richard 198
Dinner music. Male, Jessie 122
Food and politics: the democratic Congress seems likely to cast a far more critical eye on the industry than did its predecessor. Weir, Tom 911
Food industry to promote healthier choices. Turcsik, Richard 205
For the bird lovers. Turcsik, Richard 213
Game of the name. 95
Getting haulers to choose produce. Litwak, David 224
Golden state worriers: the undisputed king of U.S. agriculture, California confronts its problems while it counts its blessings. Male, Jessie 1935
Headed for the roundup: the Annual Meat Conference will give attendees the chance to examine a wealth of new ideas as well as a wide selection of new products. Radice, Carol 1245
Heard the one about ...? 'Traveling salesman' insights into customer shopping patterns are an invitation to rethink in-store marketing and merchandising. Lewis, Len 782
Heartfelt message: the supermarket abounds in products grocers can promote to their customers who are concerned about cardiovascular health. Palazzo, Suzanne Vita 1960
Hot & versatile: heated merchandiser designs are becoming more flexible to help retailers better accommodate their customers' changing wants and needs. Litwak, David 1469
In search of a niche: making the most of pet care depends on finding the right mix of new and traditional suppliers. Mendelson, Seth 1535
Just add pineapple. Turcsik, Richard 161
Looking down the road: the trucking industry needs to become proactive now to head off a looming shortage of drivers. Litwak, David 870
Lowes gets forecasting software. 85
Making meals at Piggly Wiggly. Turcsik, Richard 154
Meat department marinade. Turcsik, Richard 170
Merchandising versatility. 226
Native wisdom: in the hotly contested Arizona market, 75-year-old Bashas' thrives by understanding the diverse people it serves. Karolefski, John Cover story 2616
New look at 'economy'. 90
Perpetual motion: lift-truck downtime can hurt warehouse productivity; hence the push for new vehicles that stay up and running longer. Litwak, David 1356
Pet supplements are a natural. 325
Power surge: new product developments and a steady stream of innovation in consumer electronics are cause for optimism among battery suppliers. Male, Jessie 1533
Pricier pork predicted. Turcsik, Richard 242
Putting spring into Easter. Male, Jessie 294
Research suggests cold chain controls. Litwak, David 258
RetailWire: plugged in. 801
Rethinking RFID: the grocery industry should shift its emphasis to the high-profit perishable categories. Raudabaugh, John 915
Safer shredders at home. 273
Safety steps: proper floor care is not only critical to store sanitation, it also is the best way to prevent costly slip-and-fall accidents. Litwak, David 883
Sales review: bananas; Plan now to head off the traditional summer/fall sales decline. 601
Signs of a spark: several factors are converging to stimulate demand for lighters. Mendelson, Seth 983
Skin care seen rebounding. 228
Slice and bake. Turcsik, Richard 129
Spartan opts for contactless payments. 100
Speedier savings. Palazzo, Suzanne Vita 186
Spices for the rotisserie. Turcsik, Richard 185
Spreading the word. 80
Tale of a sale: will that in-store promotion bring in extra dollars, or will it simply let customers spend less for something they were going to buy anyway? Lutz, Steve 796
Talking shop with ... Brian Zeug: the category development officer, CPG at Yahoo! Search marketing foresees an increasing online presence for both suppliers and retailers. Interview 869
The heavenly cafe. Turcsik, Richard 240
The mouths of babes: children's products, especially toothbrushes, are the latest hot segment to give a boost to the oral care category. Smith, Jerry 1240
The sound of retail: judging from their images among consumers, Whole Foods seems to be playing sweet harmonies while Wal-Mart is off key. Giblen, Gary 900
Trans fats dropped from fryers. Turcsik, Richard 172
Triple anniversary. Turcsik, Richard 148
Truffle line expands. 91
Two chargers in one. 200
Up a notch in oral care. 170
Wal-Mart cases to get LED retrofit. Litwak, David 161
Weight-based tax lifts MST growth. 251
Wheat-free brew. Male, Jessie 146
Where the action is: there's plenty to get excited about in both the lighting and air fresheners categories. Retailers should jump in now. Mendelson, Seth 784
Year of the Pig. Turcsik, Richard 230
Zest of time: innovations in the spice aisle are giving modern sales potential to ancient seasonings. Turcsik, Richard 1315

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