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Articles from Progressive Grocer (April 15, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Care-free cookery. (Equipment & Design). 245
Cart collection's new breed. (Equipment & Design). 243
Civics at the supermarket: Minnesota grocer embraces program linking ethical business practices and good citizenship. (PG People). Summerour, Jenny Brief Article 380
Clean floors, 24/7. (Equipment & Design). Brief Article 198
Code bluelight: Kmart's store closings could leave neighboring supermarkets in critical condition. Will big-box retailers be the cure? Turcsik, Richard 1505
Coming up roses. Brief Article 204
Cool cash. (Equipment & Design). 138
Dawn of the CMAR era? Get ready for an acronym shift. Cannondale's latest study finds traditional category management giving way to "consumer marketing at retail". (Supermarket Grocery Business). Turcsik, Richard Statistical Data Included 1369
Decision at the meatcase: A new study finds shoppers spend four times as long considering a meat purchase as they do any other product in the supermarket. They're concerned about getting it right. (Supermarket Fresh Food Business). Major, Meg 2054
Defend your data: It takes structure and discipline to shield your company from technological disaster. You'll need a plan. (Technology). Shulman, Richard Brief Article 938
Differentiate or die: That's the operative phrase in a year when competition is intensifying on all fronts. (Operations). Brief Article 4265
Everybody loves a winner: Stater Bros. shares its Retailer of the Year success with associates and customers. Brief Article 183
Fast-tracking pharmacy: Prescriptions are booming, but you need to fill 175 per store per day to cash in. (Supermarket Nonfoods Business). Vavra, Bob Brief Article 1020
Forecasting is big CPFR benefit. Brief Article 262
Freebies propel GMDC registrations. (Front End). Brief Article 177
Fries with that prune burger, kid? Brief Article 101
Greetings from a new perspective: Cultural and social changes have card makers looking at their business from a different angle, and they're seeing growth potential in grocery. (Supermarket Nonfoods Business). Vavra, Bob Brief Article 1705
Indie advocate spreads his wings: Much-traveled Fleming veteran Mark Batenic's new career is rooted in three decades of support for independent retailing. (Independents Report). Tortola, Jane Olszeski Brief Article 904
Industry remembers Hedy Halpert. (PG People). Brief Article 391
Innovate now, invent later: In these times, supermarket operators need to remember that big change is wrought of a lot of successful little changes. (Editor's Note). Brief Article 452
Lip Care Category Consumer Trends 2001. Brief Article 519
LU links with Parmalat. (What's New). Brief Article 112
McCormick makes a move on the seafood counter. (What's New). Summerour, Jenny Brief Article 270
Pilliter moves up to c.o.o. at Unified. (Front End). Brief Article 129
Pinch hitting: A major league push in moist smokeless--the only tobacco segment with rising sales--looks to grow the category. (Supermarket Nonfoods Business). Vavra, Bob Brief Article 1436
Reap the rewards of routine coverage. Brief Article 135
Retailers partner for cancer research. (Front End). Brief Article 176
Slim-Fast image change. (What's New). Brief Article 160
Sniffing out fido with his own nose. Brief Article 218
Standoff at the shelf: Big chains are happier with their treatment than small independents, but not that happy. (Trade Relations). Brief Article 1273
Summer safety: In produce, the risks of spoilage and bacteria rise with the temperature. Teaching shoppers how to keep their fruits and vegetables fresh and healthy can pay off in sales. (Supermarket Fresh Food Business). Major, Meg 1717
Surround Sound, meet SurroundScan. (Equipment & Design). 333
Technologists see future of food. Brief Article 232
The color of safety. (Equipment & Design). Brief Article 241
The competitive crossroads: Big changes in the business and in society place grocers at a pivotal moment in their history. (Overview). Urbanski, Al Industry Overview 3951
The re-branding of Byerly's. (Equipment & Design). Brief Article 239
The slow shakeout: Internal consolidation takes over as grocery companies seek their rightful places on the food chain. (Cover Story). Urbanski, Al Cover Story 5453
Top 50 supermarket companies, 2001. Illustration 2237
Top of the list: Despite growing competition, supermarkets are still tops in traffic, dollars spent, and shopper satisfaction. (Consumer Trends). Brief Article 1553
Two cool coffees. (What's New). Brief Article 171
Two-tone tape. (Equipment & Design). 120
Water, water everywhere: Sales of bottled water have been bubbly for years, and things could get even more active this summer when makers unleash a flood of new variations on the theme. (Supermarket Grocery Business). Turcsik, Richard Statistical Data Included 1321
Welcome the nutritionally depraved: In the end, healthy fare always loses out to salt, sugar, and grease. But some big companies never learn. (Editor's Note). Brief Article 631

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