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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (December 1, 2009)

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50 years of figs. Turcsik, Richard 115
A piece of the pie: natural and organic desserts and treats have broad appeal, but not all retailers are seizing the opportunity. Radice, Carol 1443
A&P's next leader: what will it takes to guide the 150-year-old retailer through another reorganization? Lewis, Len 813
America's next import: Lidl, another limited-assortment chain from Germany, is poised to be the next foreign supermarket to come to the U.S. retailers need to get up to speed on this potential competitor. Rogers, David Company overview 667
Big can refreshment. Turcsik, Richard 153
Checking out the HBC market basket: a review of competitive pricing, selection and merchandising of health and beauty care products can help retailers keep customers content. Amir, Nina 1510
Chocolate milk. Turcsik, Richard 97
Cleaner carts. Zimmermann, Kim Ann 164
Cleaning up with Clean Ones. Mendelson, Seth 242
Connecting with customers: mobile scanning devices, ordering kiosks, digital receipts and other technologies can help chains boost shopper satisfaction and--ultimately--sales. McCoy, Deena M. Amato 1283
Cookies: cookies sales increased, with encouraging results in the mini cookie subcategory. Gawronski, Kim 1022
Deli-fresh pizza. Turcsik, Richard 121
European cafe in the kitchen. Turcsik, Richard 233
Freedom of choice: modern food production methods help keep food affordable and sustainable. Simmons, Jeff 744
Grape idea. Turcsik, Richard 131
Holidays with a Latin Flair. Turcsik, Richard 164
Hot and cold: revamped HVAC systems are keeping store temperatures just right while improving efficiency. Zimmermann, Kim Ann 1592
How sweet it is. Turcsik, Richard 195
In its prime: consumers aren't trading down when it comes to beef, resulting in strong sales for middle meats. Levitt, Craig 1567
Juice for one. Turcsik, Richard 108
Just plain water. Turcsik, Richard 142
Management material: as the job market remains tight, executives are taking a second-and oftentimes first-look at supermarket careers. Turcsik, Richard 2111
Miso opportunity. Turcsik, Richard 251
Oil gusher. Turcsik, Richard 109
One on one with ... Samplesaint's CIO Carlo M. Govia talks about the future of mobile and online promotion. Interview 233
Out of Africa. Turcsik, Richard 225
Party on: retailers that cater to consumers' desire for healthier snacks at game-day parties are scoring big. Levitt, Craig 1242
Pinot noir in plastic. Turcsik, Richard 206
Powering the warehouse. Zimmermann, Kim Ann 374
Regaining the momentum: FMI's FutureConnect conference was a big step in the right direction. Now what does the association do to follow up on this success? Mendelson, Seth Conference news 532
Rotisserie cooking in the bag. Turcsik, Richard 181
Seeking remedies: pharmacies are on the front lines of health care reform and must stay active in the debate. Anderson, Steven C. 677
Squeaky-clean produce. Turcsik, Richard 144
Steve Ward: the vice president of national accounts for white plains, N.Y.-based Heineken USA says getting consumers to trade up in the beer category is vital to its success at retail. Mendelson, Seth Interview 681
The great race: book retailers are quickly introducing wireless electronic readers. Which one is going to catch on best with technology-savvy consumers? Mendelson, Seth 614
United Fresh coursework. Turcsik, Richard 158
White hot: drastically improved products, coupled with economical pricing and high nutritional value, are breathing new life into the instant potatoes and rice sets. Turcsik, Richard 1489
You gotta have heart. Turcsik, Richard 102

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