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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (August 1, 2015)

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A (mile) high profile show: the National Association of Chain Drug Stores will highlight technology and the future at its Total Store Expo in Denver. Caley, Nora 3090
A well-done meat case. Sidrane, Arielle 1612
Ade for thirst. Turcsik, Richard 180
Adventures in retail: consumers want shopping today to be a treasure hunt, not a chore. Lewis, Len 725
Bacon bits n' pieces. Sidrane, Arielle 191
Bake me a cake? The success of the in-store bakery is affecting sales in the baking needs aisle. 1104
Bake'n Joy Foods: Bake'n Joy Foods is dedicated to helping its retail partners by providing top-notch customer service and high quality products. Mendelson, Seth 883
Barber Foods' new look. Turcsik, Richard 135
Blount fine foods. 419
Boston uncommon: Roche Bros, reincarnates a beloved Boston landmark with a vibrant store servicing a booming downtown. Turcsik, Richard 3130
Cheesy choices. Sidrane, Arielle 218
Cleaning up babyhood. Wojcik, Lindsey 237
Cleaning up their act: demand for clean label products has reached mainstream status as consumers no longer only want, but expect simplicity of ingredients and transparency from food manufacturers. Sidrane, Arielle Cover story 1922
Clearing the air. Mendelson, Seth 326
Cool running: sustainability, flexibility, reliability and efficiency are the central hallmarks of today's cold cases. Radice, Carol 2315
Crunchy snacks. Sidrane, Arielle 121
Depend(able) protection. Wojcik, Lindsey 307
Epicurean epicentre: during the Summer Fancy Food Show, New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center was the focus of the foodies' universe. Turcsik, Richard 1244
Examining a pet pharmacy: selling pet medications has the potential to provide increased sales at very favorable margins. Mendelson, Seth 583
Getting the low down on EVOO: category managers at retail and distribution levels need a more in-depth education on olive oil. Neuman, David 613
Grounds for excitement: innovative products are bringing higher margins--and shoppers--to the coffee and tea aisle. Turcsik, Richard 1440
Health nuts. Turcsik, Richard 256
Healthy pet, happy pet: pet owners want products for their pets that reflect a healthy lifestyle, and many are turning to more natural products that promote wellness. Wojcik, Lindsey 1163
Looking beyond the merger: mergers of retail chains can only work if the new management is willing to invest to remain competitive. Mendelson, Seth 502
Milking a good thing: with The Great American Milk Drive, MilkPEP is helping retailers help their communities. Zaborsky, Victor 557
More to be thankful for. Sidrane, Arielle 157
Olive oil seminar set. Turcsik, Richard 252
Organics overcoming obstacles: demand for organic produce has reached an all-time high, and growers are working diligently to keep supply available. Wojcik, Lindsey 1374
Peppers: sweet trumps hot for popularity in the peppers category. Hastings, Haley 309
Recycling plastics. Turcsik, Richard 380
Retail dietician of the year. Turcsik, Richard 141
Shop 'N Save debuts mobile shopping app. Turcsik, Richard 276
Smokin' hot: Grocery Headquarters' Trailblazer Awards recognize the companies that are leading the way in the tobacco category. Radice, Carol 2325
So meaty. Wojcik, Lindsey 220
Steeped in excitement. Turcsik, Richard 195
Tableware from the earth. Wojcik, Lindsey 201
Taste the difference. Sidrane, Arielle 152
Telling the youth: product size and packaging can be just as important as taste when marketing to kids in the produce section. Levitt, Craig 1554
Tuna dips to-go. Sidrane, Arielle 175
West Point market to close. Turcsik, Richard 281

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