WHEN THE GOOD FOOD STORE in Missoula, Mont., moved from its 7,150-square-foot home to a new location four times that size, store executives did not lose sight of the unit's unique go-to-market differentiator - bulk foods. "We originally started as a bulk foods store," explained Pam Clevenger, grocery manager. "We had rice, wheat, oats and beans. Bulk always has been an integral part of the store. It's what our customers want." The retailer, serving a college town that's home to the ...
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