To meet the rising demands of time-starved shoppers, supermarket consumer affairs directors nationwide are seeking to serve up more programs to boost shopping convenience and customer service. For many supermarket operators, that has meant building on the success of established services involving meal-solution programs, health screenings and toll-free telephone hot lines, customer relations professionals told SN. Other retailers are widening the scope of their programs to include things ...
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