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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (October 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
15 Minutes of fame. Turcsik, Richard 321
2012 Beverage almanac: a numbers-driven snapshot of channel-specific performance among the top beverage categories. 699
A kiss of protection. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 151
A shot in the arm: Walmart is instituting a broad vaccination program that will gain consumer attention and build sales and profits. Mendelson, Seth 642
Adapt group: "we are a global supplier of mobile vending solutions and outdoor event equipment that create a practical and powerfully branded event, function or road-show," says Anthony Driman, managing director and founder. Interview 579
Adult peanut butter. Turcsik, Richard 141
ArKay beverages: "ArKay is the world's first alcohol-free whiskey-flavored beverage, a revolutionary concept as an alternative to liquor or spirits," says Reynald Grattagliano, president. Interview 456
BEUMER group: "badly stacked beverage crates can increase transport time and cost and lead to unstable loads," says Ulrich Hock, director of sales. Interview 570
Big data dilemma: to survive in tomorrow's world, your internal rate of change must be greater than the external rate of change around you. Kiernan, Patrick 719
Black is the new garlic. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 179
Bold, cold chocolate milk. Turcsik, Richard 174
Breaking bread. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 173
Celebrating the spud: with strong potato sales and abundant supply in the ground, growers are celebrating the category--and they want retailers to join the party. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 2075
Connecting the dots: this strange economic landscape is causing real concerns for retailers and suppliers as they struggle to keep the supermarket sales engine humming. Mendelson, Seth 540
Countdown to Christmas: it can be a jolly holiday for grocers who offer their customers fresh-cut Christmas trees. Smith, Allen P. 707
Elizabeth Webb: Elizabeth Webb, cause marking manager for DS Waters of America, provides an update on the company's efforts to support breast cancer awareness with its Athena brand. Interview 456
Equipment and design leaders: as retailers ramp up their investments in equipment and store development, Grocery Headquarters takes a look as some of the latest innovations in the field. Zimmermann, Kim Ann Company overview 3122
Family affair: retailers can benefit from making the shopping environment safe and comfortable for parents and their children. Giampavolo, Paul 764
Food Emporium sale. Turcsik, Richard 222
Fresh poultry: chicken continues to rule the roost in the fresh poultry department. 396
Gotta Lovella it. Turcsik, Richard 213
Grapes: price increases led to a higher dollar return for supermarkets in the popular grapes category. Lew, Jessica 624
Growing center store. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 310
Improving on a classic. Turcsik, Richard 241
Keeping pets clean. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 245
Letting go: sometimes the best way to turn around a retail operation is to demolish it to make room for something better. Lewis, Len 772
New perspective. 150
NFL collectibles. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 156
NO longer just 'seen on TV': as seen on TV merchandise makes a move from the airwaves to supermarket store shelves. Amato-McCoy Deena M. 1142
Organic movement. Turcsik, Richard 201
Pacific Seafood Group: the marketing director for the Pacific Seafood Group says there is still ample opportunity for grocers to increase seafood sales. O'Bryant, Bob Interview 660
Peri & sons farms: the director of marketing and customer relations for Peri & sons farms says demand for sweet onions continues to grow. Gibson, Teri Interview 697
Pet food bank. Turcsik, Richard 300
Picture this. Turcsik, Richard 258
Please pass the jelly licorice. Turcsik, Richard 214
Positive grains: more and more, consumers are interested in healthier options when shopping the supermarket cereal aisle. Levitt, Craig 1270
Powerful cleaning. Mendelson, Seth; Levitt, Craig 196
Powerful packaging: Pack Expo, scheduled for Oct. 28 to 31 in Las Vegas, will highlight advances in the processing and packaging fields. Below are some key vendors exhibiting at the show. 303
Produce powerhouse: PMA Fresh Summit is fast approaching. The industry is poised to put its best foot forward, displaying products and promotional programs. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 3735
Promoting the printed page: consumers continue to buy print magazines and with a little attention, supermarkets can put themselves in a strong position to sell them. Levitt, Craig 1271
Purple Stuff: "we simply made a drink that gives you the name and taste you buy sodas for and replaced the harmful ingredients with healthier choices," says Tim Lucas, CMO. Interview 551
Reining cats and dogs: with consumers treating their pets like royalty, supermarkets have the opportunity to increase sales of pet foods and treats. Turcsik, Richard 1507
Retail executive of the year: Steve Smith, K-VA-T's president and CEO, follows his father's example of community involvement. Karolefski, John 2361
Shared Values. Turcsik, Richard 181
Smokeless tobacco shows growth. Interview 696
Souped-up sales engine: thanks to versatility, value and an ever-expanding array of new varieties and packaging that meet customer needs, shelf-stable soup remains a powerful driver of center store sales. Turcsik, Richard 1218
Stamp of Approval. Turcsik, Richard 250
Supermarket Smorgasbord: with hundreds of items made fresh from scratch daily, local produce straight off the Farm and a 200-foot buffet, Shady Maple Farm Market is a literal feast for the senses. Turcsik, Richard 2595
Sweet treats. Turcsik, Richard 232
Time to pate! Richard Turcsik 224
Tobacco goes high-tech: alternative products such as electronic cigarettes are helping drive interest and sales in the tobacco category. Grocers will need to overcome assortment and merchandising challenges to capitalize. Radice, Carol 1378
Well-done Forecast. Turcsik, Richard 380
What's next for Supervalu? The industry is split on whether the chain will recover from a financial tumble that pummeled its stock and prompted store closings and executive changes. Dawson, Barrie 1756
Who's the boss? Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 256
World's Best gets bigger. Mendelson, Seth 152
Worth their salt: healthy options and bold flavors are spicing up interest in the better-for-you snack category. Radice, Carol 1867

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