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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (August 1, 2010)

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A warm welcome: as the next leader of the NGA, Peter Larkin needs to continue to nurture the independent spirit and build on the past 28 years. Tortola, Jane Olszeski 836
Artsy salads. Turcsik, Richard 242
Bar none: grocers and manufacturers prepare for the GS1 DataBar. Amato-McCoy, Deena M. 1415
Better burgers. Turcsik, Richard 153
Better buying: perishables buyers need access to enhanced information to survive economic uncertainty and market inefficiency. Schneider, Ryan 714
Big burn. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 125
Building Champions. Briggs, Nicki Interview 657
Bye-bye American pie. Turcsik, Richard 184
Class act: by catering to University of Wisconsin students, Fresh Madison Market scores an easy A. Turcsik, Richard 2818
Coffee that's a step above. Turcsik, Richard 198
Cope is not a strategy: recent compliance requirements highlight the need for retailers to implement efficient and effective systems for managing vendor data. Parnaby, Nick 716
Daintier pound cakes. Turcsik, Richard 156
Dethroning the lunch lady: when the ingredients in school lunches are the same as those in pet food, there is a problem. Will retailers seize the opportunity to step in with nutritious and convenient options? Lewis, Len 769
Digging deep: there is a lot going on in the nonfoods world, even if we have to look a little harder to find the news. Mendelson, Seth 667
Easy on energy: equipment manufacturers are offering solutions such as LED lighting and distributed refrigeration systems to keep a cap on costs. Zimmermann, Kim Ann 1318
Fancy Schmancy. Turcsik, Richard 931
Feline fragrance. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 166
Fit to be tied. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 151
Folicle healer. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 137
Fruits of fall: the beginning of the pear season harkens year-round sales opportunities. Amir, Nina 1311
Get the latest news. Mendelson, Seth 137
Getting the message: consumers are wired and that means they know everything in an instant. Can retailers take advantage of this trend? Mendelson, Seth 571
Grocery Headquarters connects with the industry. Turcsik, Richard 383
Helping hand. Levenson, Shari 151
Hot potatoes. Turcsik, Richard 192
In the bag. Zimmermann, Kim Ann 132
Lander gets larger. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 182
Making the grade: the back-to-school season provides retailers with a chance to contribute to the health and wellness of children. Levitt, Craig 908
Mighty good eating: manufacturers are revamping mainstream grocery products by eliminating sodium, trans fats, sugar and other "unhealthy" ingredients. Turcsik, Richard 2274
Mixing it up: consumers' creativity and desire to save money, along with the availability of high-quality products, continue to drive sales in the baking mix category. Levitt, Craig 1744
Myriad marinade. Turcsik, Richard 229
Nonpartisan pints. Turcsik, Richard 203
Packaged salad: the category remains a healthy contributor to produce department sales. Hanson, Kelly 821
Packaging prowess: retailers and consumers want attractive, convenient and safe packaging for prepared foods and suppliers deliver. Radice, Carol 2091
Pure oil spray. Turcsik, Richard 184
Purely organic. Levenson, Shari 109
Red hot Sunflower. Turcsik, Richard 168
Salmon season. Turcsik, Richard 141
Shades of green: by increasing the number of green brands in mainstream aisles retailers can win over more "light green" shoppers. D'Agosta, James 725
Spooky dog toy. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 104
The eyes have it: grocers that carefully consider consumer insights and are willing to continually review their eye care offerings can increase sales in the category. Levitt, Craig 954
What's in a name? The industry has developed standards for labeling "natural" personal care and cleaning products. Radice, Carol 1616
Wine and dine. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 131

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