MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here is boosting the profile and sales of selected grocery items at its upscale Food Emporium units by using color-coded shelf talkers that label them as "natural" or "organic." The shelf talkers were first introduced to the New York-area Food Emporium chain about six months ago, and have been gradually expanded. They are now used to identify about 600 grocery items throughout the store, said A&P officials. "We decided to install [more of] the natural and ...

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