CARTERET, N.J. -- Independently-owned Metro New York area grocery chains Pioneer Food Stores and Met Foodmarkets, supplied by White Rose Food, a division of Di Giorgio Corp. here, have rolled out a shelf-talker program from Insignia Systems, Minneapolis. Bob Groves, director of retail services at White Rose, said it's too early to tell if the point-of-purchase system will positively affect sales. "We like the concept and the performance of the program," said Groves. "It's tapping an income ...

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