With the economy in recession and consumer confidence low, Center Store managers are going to have to be even more focused on pricing, selection and offering convenient solutions to help consumers plan and prepare meals at home this year. Because the grocery aisles house ingredients for cooking from scratch, this section of the supermarket has great potential in 2002 as more Americans decide to stay home. With savvy marketing and pricing, traditional grocery stores can beat the supercenters ...

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