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Articles from Progressive Grocer (April 1, 2004)

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[H.sub.2]Oh! Bottled water continues to ride an unquenchable popularity wave, with no crest in sight. Turcsik, Richard 2560
A close shave for women. 105
A healthy dose of innovation: a brief survey of new pharmacy technology products reveals that the future truly is now. 899
A sense of community: enthusiastic participants have gained a lot more than fond memories from this year's NGA convention. Tortola, Jane Olszeski 1212
After the madness: grocers and the meat industry are taking substantive steps to maintain consumer trust in a post-BSE world. Major, Meg 2574
Analyze this! In the competition for the consumer dollar, it's important to see products and categories through the eyes of the shopper. Weir, Tom Cover Story 7257
Asian grocery goes Mainstream: a distributor's new strategy aims to lure Chinatown shoppers to conventional stores such as a New York-area A&P. McTaggart, Jenny 1662
Atlanta: top 10 supermarket operators in the Atlanta DMA, ranked No. 9 in the U.S. Illustration 533
California chain reaction. McTaggart, Jenny 726
Catering to every need: although most supermarkets don't run full-service catering operations, they can learn a lot from Eddie's of Roland Park's extensive program. Major, Meg 1282
Chewable caffeine fix. 116
Consumption index: meal starters. Brief Article 169
Dairy department. Illustration 187
Ethnic HBC: the secret's out: through close observation of the ethnic makeup of their markets and the widening variety of products, retailers can increase overall HBC sales. Tarnowski, Joseph 1675
Everyone's cup of tea. 114
Fun and twisted fruit snacks. 110
Hot fusion. 116
No tech for tech's sake: it's important to let your business--and customers--help you decide on the right technology fit for your operation. Tarnowski, Joseph 656
Paperless payroll services. Brief Article 119
Quick controlled portions. 104
Scale models: new weighing equipment features added functionality and ease of use. 640
Silver linings. Princz, Judith 147
Start moving on synchronization: there's still a chance to begin this critical effort without having to play catch-up with your competitors--but don't delay. Shulman, Richard 1776
Stock in trade. 110
Talking with their mouths full: a new study helps explain consumers' attitudes and actions about healthy living, which often aren't the same. McTaggart, Jenny 994
The low-carb conundrum: while science figures out if a diet that restricts carbohydrates is best, retailers can boost produce sales by addressing consumers' questions. Richter, Henry 919
Tres chic in Tucson: with a new flagship full of panache and such gourmet groceries as $500-a-pound truffles, A.J.'s Purveyor of Fine Foods shows how the West is won. Turcsik, Richard 3667
When shoppers stray: understanding the lure of alternative channels can help traditional grocers beat them at their own game and win back customers. Lempert, Phil 729
Winn-Dixie appoints chief execs. Brief Article 148

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