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Articles from Progressive Grocer (February 15, 2003)

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A call to alms: K-VA-T's Steve Smith helps get employees and shoppers more involved in volunteer service. (People). Summerour, Jenny 731
Albertsons appoints supply chain e.v.p. (PG People). Brief Article 118
Artful artichokes: Ocean Mist Farms finds fresh ways to merchandise the nutritious vegetable during the peak season. (What's New). Summerour, Jenny 350
Automatic money: a Price Chopper financial services veteran offers up a list of automated services that can boost shopper traffic and give you a leg up on the competition. (Customer Service). Friedman, Larry 926
Can-do attitude: despite competition that has dented sales, manufacturers of canned pasta are focusing their attention on growth opportunities. (Supermarket Grocery Business). Turcsik, Richard 819
Checkmating fraud: a system to block bad checks before they're cashed is paying off for a family supermarket chain in Texas. (Technology Innovators). Tarnowski, Joseph 1241
Dilemma in the deli: last summer's wave of product recalls dampened demand for deli meats in many areas. Will the setback be only temporary? (Supermarket Fresh Food Business). Major, Meg Industry Overview 2011
Food 4 less shifts management. (PG People). Brief Article 102
Frozen foods. Brief Article 152
Get hip to HIPAA: pharmacies must soon comply with the new federal rule to protect patients' privacy. It's a lot of work, and there's little time to do it. (Supermarket Nonfoods Business). Tarnowski, Joseph Industry Overview 1264
Heavenly aspirations. (Best of Share of the Month). Turcsik, Richard 1041
Kids' book describes a grocer's career. (Front End). Brief Article 198
Kisses over Broadway: Hershey transforms Times Square into the sweetest place on earth. (Alternative Formats). Turcsik, Richard 731
Meaty issues top conference agenda. (Front End). Calendar 122
Older and wiser: after the initial rush to get into the gasoline business, supermarkets and other high-volume operators have entered a more mature stage of market development. (Supermarket Nonfoods Business). Tarnowski, Joseph Industry Overview 1727
Openings can indeed be grand: a lovingly planned ShopRite in New Jersey proves a grocery store can still command the attention of a community. (Editor's Note). Urbanski, Al Editorial 767
Organic fiesta. (What's New). Brief Article 131
Pest-free designs: plans for keeping vermin, insects, and other business-killing pests from your stores should commence at the design stage. (Pest Control). Meek, Frank 812
Private squeeze: consolidation has extended to the private label industry, and the number of manufacturers is expected to shrink, perhaps dramatically. (Supermarket Grocery Business). Turcsik, Richard Industry Overview 1379
Publix Florida's other Magic Kingdom: employee ownership and a culture of excellence keep Publix on everyone's short list of best supermarket companies. (PG Profile). Major, Meg Company Profile 3649
Right's right: study shows right-entry stores produce longer shopping trips. (Equipment & Design). 821
Seafood lines expanded. (What's New). Brief Article 105
Small indulgences: from everyday to gourmet, frozen dough can help keep an in-store cookie program hot, despite drooping demand for desserts. (Supermarket Fresh Food Business). Major, Meg Industry Overview 1435
Spread the word about produce: a doctor's prescription for growing sales of fruits and vegetables. (Supermarket Fresh Food Business). Dr. Richter, Henry 871
What's on the worry list? Wal-Mart's a concern, but it's trumped by health insurance cost and recruitment anxieties, retailers say. (Independents Report). Tortola, Jane Olszeski 906

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