Spices can be a highly effective catalyst for triggering additional sales of a wide range of foods throughout the store, retailers told SN. y Markets in Norristown, Pa. In frozen foods, Genuardi's may display spices on coffin cases that hold family-sized prepared casseroles. And in the meat department, the chain may tie in a cooking bag with seasonings for stew meats. Buyer Bob Kopplin at Dan's Supreme Supermarkets, a Hempstead, N.Y.-based Key Food franchise, said he cross merchandises to ...
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