Left to right: Steve Henig, Wakefern; Sue Klug, Unified; and Ron Rehkopf, Rehkopf Family Foods.
Low-income shoppers need help and education stretching their food dollars, especially at the end of the month, Sue Klug, SVP and CMO for Unified Grocers, Los Angeles, told a workshop audience Monday at the annual convention of the National Grocers Association in Las Vegas. "Stretching their food dollars before the net SNAP benefits check means survival for them, so it's important for retailers to help those shoppers make good decisions by offering to educate them on how to make ...
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