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Articles from Winsight Grocery Business (December 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
1 3 Ways to Hold On to Employees for Decades. 115
2 A Creative Tactic to Keep Staff During a Closure. 129
3 Value, Dissected. 138
4 How Kwik Trip Retains Execs During a Transition. 174
Approaching Altitude. Major, Meg 565
ARLA DAIRY CHEESE AND CREAM CHEESE: People are reaching for great tasting clean label foods, which bodes well for cream cheese and the cheese category as a whole. 684
Beef. It's What's for Dinner--Again: Popular ad campaign is reintroduced for next generation of consumers. 547
Carnivore Country: Research Affirms Americans' Craving for Protein: Plant-based may draw some headlines and fans, but meat is still at the center of consumers' diets, if not their plates. 851
Cold Cuts Get Hot: Driven by shopper interest in specialty varieties, bold flavors and convenience, deli meat sales are growing. 565
Digging Into Deli Dips: Hummus scoops up nearly 50% of total category sales. Schmansky, Sarah 493
Dishing Out Frozen Sides: The hottest trends on grocery shelves are getting chilly. Marcarelli, Rebekah 936
Educational Initiatives Paying off at the Farm: Nearly a year after federal rule change, pork farmers meet requirements for antibiotic use. 614
Endcap. Major, Meg Interview 702
Enlivening Winter's Festive Feasts: Consumers are pulling out all the stops to impress holiday guests this season, meaning an elaborate fresh food spread is the top priority for entertainers. Flora, Arielle 1010
Getting the Point of POS: Point-of-sale technology has ample untapped potential, but many challenges remain--especially getting customers out the door faster. Demetrakakes, Pan 1415
GroBizBuzz. 328
Grocery, Reimagined: A showcase of some of the most impressive departments found in concept stores around the country. 1725
International Flair Invigorates the Aisles: Retailers catering to the demand for multicultural cuisines are reaping the rewards. Furore, Kathleen 1021
KLONDIKE CHEESE: Klondike Cheese offers retailers a high quality product at a competitive price point by having every part of the process under their own roof. 401
Making Produce Bigger and Easier: Industry leaders urge attendees to collaborate for a healthier world. Taylor, Natalie 1745
MCKENZIE: For a deli brand, no one is more important than the deli managers and operators who slice your product daily. 239
Meat the Experts: Farmers and retailers are changing their ways to meet consumer demand for transparency with ingredients and production practices. Taylor, Natalie 1618
Meet Marty, Ahold's Roving Robot. 143
New Flavor Preferences Vary by Generation: The newest trends and data to better understand consumers' shifting behaviors and attitudes. Weikel, Kelly 529
Perdue Farms on Going Green: Manufacturer looks back on historic company changes in sustainability and stewardship. 546
Protein Power in the Morning: Turkey is a top a choice for kickstarting the day. 371
Putting Perception Into Perspec: With Germany's discounter duo and Amazon breathing down their necks, U.S. food retailers must abandon muddled perceptions and rapidly adapt to new realities. Springer, Jon 2634
Putting Your Business Story First: Food is not just your business--it's the heart of your story. Goodman, Melinda 594
REDONDO IGLESIAS: Redondo Iglesias introduces an all-natural Jamon Serrano. 219
SFA Sees the Future, and It's Gourmet: The next big food trends, along with enhanced learning, will set the tone for the Winter Fancy Food Show. Caley, Nora 1458
Sharing Stories from the Farm: Raley's goes back to the homestead to offer non-GMO, antibiotic-free fresh pork. 383
Talking Turkey Transparency: Honeysuckle White Brand brings blockchain solution to market. 542
The Battle of Fresh vs. Frozen. 280
The Big Batch: Meal planning with high-quality protein like beef can be a solution for busy consumers. Recipe 440
The Heart of the Village: Nashville's Latin American-themed Mazfresco Market offers authenticity, culture and a sense of community within the city's newest destination shopping center. Taylor, Natalie 1399
Transparency Grows Trust: Demand for honest supply chains is growing. Eardley, Mike 557
TRUE AUSSIE BEEF & LAMB: Some of the most stringent quality, safety and animal welfare standards in the world not only fit consumer demands, they also deliver an enviable 120-day shelf life for beef, and 90 days for lamb. 335

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