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Articles from Grocery Headquarters (January 1, 2015)

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A nonfoods New Year: supermarkets have a short time to capitalize on consumers' New Year's resolutions. Mendelson, Seth 623
A patented pop in the mouth. Turcsik, Richard 150
Allergy awareness. Turcsik, Richard 250
Apple's new skin. Sidrane, Arielle 199
Art with wings. Turcsik, Richard 134
Attitude adjustment: retailers and manufacturers need to adjust their beverage offerings to keep up with changing tastes--and times. Turcsik, Richard 1821
Breathe better, sleep better. Sidrane, Arielle 124
Bridging the gap: technology, changing personal and societal interests and evolving eating habits are changing how retailers market their stores to reach multiple generations. Turcsik, By Richard Cover story 3012
Brush better. Sidrane, Arielle 155
Cancer care. Turcsik, Richard 188
Casting a lifeline. Turcsik, Richard 281
Crystal clear choice. Turcsik, Richard 235
DSD solution from Rehrig Pacific. Radice, Carol 195
Food for February. Turcsik, Richard 233
Gaining steam: once used by an eclectic few, electronic cigarettes and vaping products are now a $2 billion business. Levitt, Craig 1944
Getting ahead of the digital transformation: retailers that learn to leverage accurate digital content put themselves on the winning side of this inevitable shift. Sentell, Sue 623
Growing teamwork. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 226
Half a plateful. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 255
Healthy breakfast. Turcsik, Richard 193
Hockeyville, U.S.A. Turcsik, Richard 393
Honing in on housewares: innovation and changing consumer habits are providing grocers with renewed life in the housewares category. Caley, Nora 1842
Hot cacao, on the rocks. Turcsik, Richard 250
Make way for the Millennial mom: retailers that develop a strategy to make loyal consumers out of this group of buyers are taking the first steps toward growing baby care sales. Sidrane, Arielle 1238
Managing case space: it is important to monitor what, when and how products leave retailer shelves. Pizzico, Bill 646
More of a good thing: new varieties, value-added offerings and the ever-popular display contests are predicted to drive sales in the potato category. Radice, Carol 1421
No more boils. Turcsik, Richard 154
No touch thermometer. Sidrane, Arielle 157
Of gas prices and Costco: with lower energy costs and a bump in the economy, 2015 could be the best year for grocery retailers in a decade. Mendelson, Seth 482
One size measures all. Sidrane, Arielle 145
Points for oatmeal. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 120
Potatoes: consumers are buying many different types of potatoes but russets still reign, capturing almost half of all sales. Hastings, Haley 531
Red Hot off-roadster. Turcsik, Richard 144
Shopper support. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 1552
Sip on this. Sidrane, Arielle 262
Spotlight on: Beech-Nut Nutrition Co.: Beech-Nut is using a grass-roots, "scrappy" model intended to make clear to consumers what the company and its products are about. Mendelson, Seth 869
Talking shop with ... Dan Elrod: Dan Elrod, vice president of sales, mass market, for McLane Co., says the company is well positioned to help mass retailers, including supermarkets, with their supply needs. Interview 632
Talking shop with ... George Prest: George Prest, CEO of MHI, says retailers that attend ProMat 2015 to learn about the best investment strategies to transform their supply chains will be ahead of the curve. Interview 681
The "Silver Economy" can be golden: older consumers still have plenty of influence and spending power. Lewis, Len 705
The heat is on: convenience, ease of use and versatility remain the hallmarks of today's cooking equipment and heated merchandisers. Radice, Carol 1379
The sustainable angle: seafood is heating up the competition with sustainably sourced products and value-added offerings. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 1123
The whole [natural] hog. Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 177
Tobacco to-go. Sidrane, Arielle 137
Two apples a day ... Hatt, Elizabeth Louise 248
USA onions/the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee: USA Onions answers consumer and foodservice demand for new onion recipes. 535
Vape your way. Sidrane, Arielle 158
Veri good idea. Turcsik, Richard 205
Wellness leads the way: Grocery Headquarters honors those companies taking important strides in the world of wellness with its 2015 Selling Wellness Trailblazer Awards. Sidrane, Arielle 4451
Winter skin savior. Sidrane, Arielle 197

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