When it comes to bakery fixtures, more and more supermarkets are discovering that the world isn't flat. At the very least, it's slanted. European-style slanted tables, in fact, are replacing flat tables all over the place. They are one of the more important elements in a current and widespread exploration of in-store bakery merchandising trends that is prompting bakery executives to find and exploit new fixtures to their best advantage. What's happening is that supermarket operators are ...

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