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Articles from Progressive Grocer (July 1, 1984)

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Title Author Type Words
A dip in sales. 1135
A shifting category responds to change. 1503
Aspartame triggers a wild year. 1254
Bakery goes bulk and quality becomes key. 1717
Births drop, but baby food sales up. 1059
Boxes give juice's popularity a boost. 1237
Brewing up consumer interest. 1082
Candy has an eventful year. 1247
Canned fish takes a dive. 1399
Canned vegetables continue to lose ground. 1300
Cat foods fuel department growth. 1361
Cereal makers leave no niche unfilled. 1049
Dairy sales down, but looking up. 1339
Fresh puts a dent in canned fruit. 1040
Frozen chic steals the show. 2242
Fruitful times for dried products. 980
GM scores good gains as recession recedes. 1086
Healthy sales prove 'thin' is still in. 1240
Heavy going for beer and wine. 2507
Hot categories ignite leap forward. 884
Household supplies keep their luster. 1285
It's my store! Schaeffer, Larry 1779
More consumers say 'soup's on.' 1120
New intros keep baking needs cooking. 905
New items make sauce sales simmer. 1119
Nuts shedding their old image. 831
Olive outlook optimistic; pickle sales perk up. 1141
Pasta performs with panache. 1095
Progressive Grocer's 1984 survey of buyers and merchandisers: part II. 768
Reviving economy perks up paper. 1311
Sales are spread thin. 1129
Sales strong as supers shed slow-movers. 1618
Snack sales stay splendid. 1284
Soaring prices dim sales. 1790
Soft touch turns cookies hot. 1168
Spice performance is bland at best. 736
Supermarket 1984 sales manual; an in-depth analysis of category performance. 539
What's killing some top brands? Popcorn, Faith 1173

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