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Articles from Progressive Grocer (August 1, 1996)

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Title Author Type Words
5 A Day update. Smith, Ann 373
A history lesson: a fable about what can happen to people when they refuse to confront the realities of change. Jones, Buck Column 643
A new look at category management. 870
A work in progress: food brokers are leading the way on the category management battlefield, but can they emerge unscathed? 2089
At your own peril: official guidance from the IRS would go a long way to help grocery retailers address the many obscure issues related to inventory valuation. Holt, Jeremy Column 661
Baby needs. Donegan, Priscilla 474
Balance and focus. Adams, Doug 621
Batteries. Snyder, Glenn 521
Best sellers and broccoli. Lewis, Len Brief Article 226
Breathing life into a mature category. Radice, Carol 2046
Danish pastry: a buyer's guide to great sweets. Partridge, Larry 949
Deli/Bakery shopper update '96. Jones, Buck Illustration 647
Finding a slot. Brief Article 221
First aid. Smith, Ann 512
Fleming, Clorox call a truce. Brief Article 176
Food-borne illness scares. Smith, Ann Brief Article 480
General merchandise: improved growth and new life in major categories bode well for GM. Snyder, Glenn 468
Getting in sync: despite the challenges, manufacturers can pull everyone together, from the corporate downto store, and get results. 1747
Greeting cards. Snyder, Glenn 1299
Growing pains. Hennessy, Terry 1819
Hair care. Radice, Carol 681
Happy birthday to us. Snyder, Glenn 619
Health & beauty care. Radice, Carol 492
Housewares. Lewis, Len 891
Imaging roundtable: anxiously awaiting APS. Panel Discussion 1630
Is the show ready to open? 730
It's in the cards: one Connecticut wholesaler is sure the real meaning of cateogry management isn't getting lost in the shuffle of business cards. 2222
Key insights: thoughts on 'efficient' category management from a food industry guru. 1258
Lifeblood or tired blood? Mathews, Ryan 2074
Light bulbs. Snyder, Glenn 613
Managing people, not products. Mathews, Ryan 1542
Medications. Radice, Carol 996
Men's toiletries. Smith, Ann 579
More promise than performance. 2077
One more time. Lewis, Len Brief Article 184
Oral hygiene. Radice, Carol 747
Out of stocks down by 50%: a case study: the Sequoya Group in cooperation with Boston Consulting. Althoff, Rick 1645
Pet supplies. Garry, Michael 431
Phone cards. Radice, Carol 642
Photo needs. Snyder, Glenn 899
Publications. Snyder, Glenn 764
Scanning produce. Smith, Ann Brief Article 107
Sister act: with a major remodel of their V. Richards upscale supermarket, sisters Liz Little and Barbara Lock are positioned to offer the Milwaukee area the best in perishables and specialty products. Garry, Michael Company Profile 2886
Skin care. Radice, Carol 563
Stationery/school supplies. Donegan, Priscilla 531
Stop & Shop makes the move. Lewis, Len Brief Article 168
The folly of being wise: just because ignorance is bliss doesn't stop it from being ignorance all the same. Mathews, Ryan Column 667
The passing parade: the future of the supermarket lies in creating new solutions. Hoffman, Gene Column 525
The sky's the limit. Jones, Buck 1112
Transforming a category. 1124
Videotapes/audiotapes. Snyder, Glenn 507

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