EDISON, N.J. -- The Foodtown Supermarket co-op is replanogramming many of its general merchandise departments by cutting out duplication and focusing on faster turning items. In a new lightbulb schematic, for example, 68 slow moving General Electric items were eliminated. "The purpose of the general merchandise replanogramming is for more consistent stockkeeping units within all our stores," said Allan Weiss, merchandise manager, Alpine Distributors, a West Nyack, N.Y.-based nonfood ...
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