LONDON, Ky. - Laurel Grocery here credited a new everyday low price program aimed at winning back Center Store sales from discounters with boosting store sales in test stores. Total store sales rose 4% while year-over-year sales per customer increased 5%, said Bob Kirch, executive vice president and chief operating officer for the wholesaler, which serves about 428 retailers in the Midwest. Results were based on year-over-year sales at four units that tested the program in the second half ...
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