TAMPA, Fla. -- B&B Cash Grocery Stores is fine-tuning its nonfood departments by scaling down department sizes to maximize shelf space and evaluating section variety. The chain is projecting a minimum 5% increase in nonfood sales when the revamping is completed by the end of this year, said Bob Eviston, buyer-merchandiser of general merchandise and health and beauty care. The chain will cut the HBC department from 160 feet to 120 feet. However, cosmetics will be expanded from a limited ...

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