KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Retailers are placing renewed emphasis on traditional merchandising strategies, as well as adopting more unique programs, to reinvigorate sales in their meat departments, a panel of operators revealed during the annual Meat Marketing Conference, here. But even though there are a variety of blueprints to choose from, each is still based on fundamental selling techniques that appeal in some way to a customer's buying impulse.
Copps Corp., Stevens Point, Wis., has enjoyed ...
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