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Summer Sales Set to Boom. May 1, 2014 2633
Bean Counters. May 1, 2009 1557
The New Face of Breakfast Sales. Mar 1, 2009 2086
Creating a buzz. Jan 1, 2009 1000
GROCERY: Soft Drinks: Creating a buzz. Dec 22, 2008 894
GROCERY: Bottled Water: What goes up must go down. Oct 1, 2008 1105
Lighten up. Dec 1, 2007 1811
Liquid. May 1, 2007 1869
Wash and aware: growing consumer interest is beginning to convince some traditional grocers of the opportunity in green cleaners. Apr 1, 2007 1965
New ice age: the freezer case is proving a prime spot for splicing the health and convenience trends. Industry overview Mar 1, 2007 2124
Soft drinks, hard profits: at two distinctive grocers, upstart brands help to enliven the CSD business. Feb 1, 2007 1933
Glass half full: as drinkers go for less--but better--beer, should grocers realign their own expectations for the category? Feb 1, 2007 860
Bubbling up: colas still rule, but low-calorie and flavor expansion are driving change. Nov 1, 2006 1676
Bowled over: premium soups are helping the category find its place in the evolution of the healthy meal. Sep 15, 2006 1820
The big gain: planning for the Super Bowl well in advance can ensure tremendous midwinter sales spikes. Aug 1, 2006 2243
Spice it up: here's the rub: Grocers are missing a golden opportunity on summertime sales in the category. Jul 1, 2006 771
Back to school: a new program from Glaceau hopes to educate young consumers on the benefits of healthful consumption. Jun 1, 2006 2473
A new leaf: varieties and packaging options keep the tea category steeped in sales. May 15, 2006 1647
Hyper active: additives in yogurt will make an already healthy category even more so. May 15, 2006 845
Basic instincts: as retailers fight like cats and dogs over pet category market share, grocers can regain lost ground if they pick their battles more wisely. Apr 15, 2006 1479
Health and wetness: bottled water's getting an injection of additives--and consumers are drinking it up. Apr 1, 2006 1987
Lightening up: ice cream sees much of its growth in the good-for-you low-fat, lower-calorie segments. Mar 1, 2006 1808
Plugging the leak: is it time for the six-pack's comeback? This and other merchandising options might be key to reviving soft drink profits. Feb 1, 2006 1617
All the light moves: while orange juice sales continue their slow leak, lower-calorie drinks will keep the chilled fruit beverage category stable. Dec 1, 2005 1586
Slim gains: with overall sales flat, what growth there is in carbonated soft drinks will come from the ever-heftier diet niche, with some help from flavors. Nov 1, 2005 3013
Ready, again: premium RTD teas are making a comeback, thanks to healthier consumption trends and the growth of multipacks. Nov 1, 2005 1799
In the zone: smarter assortments and cross-merchandising teamwork will help nutrition foods and drinks stay in the race. Jun 1, 2005 2732
Red alert: Chardonnay remains the top supermarket varietal, but keep a close eye on Pinot Noir. Apr 15, 2005 2437
Sweet revenge: pure juice has been taking some lumps, but new flavors, nutrient enhancements, and single-serve packaging all promise to revitalize the fruit beverage business. Apr 1, 2005 1999
Lightning in a bottle: the flavored malt beverage category slowed down in 2004, but for supermarkets it's still a great draw to the beer aisle. Feb 15, 2005 1977
Top of the pops: carbonated soft drink supermarket growth is being fueled by diets and flavors. Feb 1, 2005 1805
Percolating sales: gourmet coffees help transform a commodity into a profit center at supermarkets. Jan 1, 2005 2179
The new New age: once the pioneer products in the New Age beverage movement, ready-to-drink (RTD) teas have returned to their entrepreneurial, innovative roots. Dec 1, 2004 1990

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