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Articles from Progressive Grocer (February 15, 2004)

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Back to the future: Sterling Commerce enables Rayovac to stay connected with low-tech retailers while moving forward with those pushing the technology envelope. Tarnowski, Joseph 753
Baked goods with fewer carbs. Brief Article 103
Bozzuto's appoints sales directors. 146
Confusion dogs nutraceuticals: these next-generation foods hold great promise for the nation's health, but some worrisome factors threaten to limit their potential. Lempert, Phil 974
Consumption index: refrigerated fresh fruit. Illustration 157
Convenience made easier: Clemens Family Markets helps its customers help themselves with new self-checkout technology and information kiosks. Tarnowski, Joseph 1338
Dallas-Ft. Worth: top 10 supermarket companies in the Dallas-Ft. Worth DMA, ranked. No. 7 in the U.S. 408
Data to dollars: whether it comes from the POS or the warehouse, a grocery retailer's data can be a wonderful asset or, if its integrity fails, a horrible nightmare. Tarnowski, Joseph 3290
Excellence in action: Holiday Quality Foods, Wakefern Food Corp., and Ukrop's achieve special distinction as outstanding meat retailers. Major, Meg 2840
Food as medicine: cutting-edge research, laxer labeling, and a renewed focus on health prevention make the timing right for functional foods. McTaggart, Jenny 1581
Gourmet burgers. 149
Instant gratification: new flavors, varieties, and concepts of shelf-stable prepared foods help time-pressed consumers make dinner in seconds. Turcsik, Richard 1392
It pays to specialize: specialty food distributors are making themselves an indispensable part of the perishables mix. Major, Meg 2005
Light on fat, not on taste. Brief Article 163
Mad cow, madder system: nothing related to the country's first case of BSE would make consumers think anyone is looking out for them. Weir, Tom 877
Mission possible: in an age of increased terror, keeping the food supply safe should be at the top of every grocer's list. Kelly, Chris; Majkowski, Jesse 752
Nature's lip service: natural lip balms are beginning to go mainstream. Tarnowski, Joseph 774
Patching up pain. Brief Article 134
Primary candidates: automated hiring systems continue to refine their criteria for picking the job applicants most likely to stay and succeed. Weir, Tom 975
Promotions on a grander scale. 222
Ripe for change: the beleaguered citrus fruit industry's current marketing strategies herald a brighter future. Major, Meg 1777
Self-service deli department (UPC-tracked only). Illustration 157
Sound investment: American Technology Corp.'s HyperSonic Sound system aims to revolutionize audio merchandising. Tarnowski, Joseph 767
Tapping into a trend: retailers are rolling out barrels of low-carb beers, but will the keg party last? Turcsik, Richard 2015
The Wal-Mart effect hits Meijer. McTaggart, Jenny 328
Transfer of knowledge: the goal of the IGA Institute's new online training program is to help beginners become seasoned grocery employees. Tortola, Jane Olszeski 802
Tuna campaign has new hook. 179

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