Anne B. Hollyday

Anne
B. Hollyday
Articles
MADE SIMPLE 
Retailers are seeking innovative ways of putting traditional in-store sampling to work, and in many cases their techniques are catching on. Supermarket
STATER SETS LINKUP OF POP SIGNS, DATA CACHE 
COLTON, Calif. -- What's in an in-store sign? Perhaps an incremental sales lift of more than 40% for regular-price products, and 80% to 90% for reduced-price
ON-LINE MEAL PLANNING BOOSTS MARKETING 
PITTSBURGH -- Both Shop 'n Save, here, a division of Supervalu, and Gerland's Food Fair, Houston, are finding integrated on-line recipes a way to improve
ANDRONICO'S SOFTWARE SET TO FIND WHY SOME BUY 
DANVILLE, Calif. -- Andronico's Market has been piloting transaction-management/customer-relationship-management software in its flagship store here that
INTO THE PALLET POOL 
Supermarkets are no longer tolerating smashed fruits and vegetables and melted ice cream. In an effort to crack down on damaged goods, they are increasingly
STOP & SHOP ADOPTS NEW CATEGORY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE 
QUINCY, Mass. -- As part of a trend among retailers to step up category management efforts to show which products to put on shelves, Stop & Shop here
A&P SIGNS UP FOR CUSTOMER-SPECIFIC, DIRECT-MAIL SYSTEM 
MONTVALE, N.J. -- In an effort to lure more high-volume shoppers to its stores, A&P here has contracted with a direct marketer to send customized direct
FLEMING WIDENS DOOR TO PARTNERS WITH NEW PORTAL 
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Looking to broaden its opportunities for new technology partners and a stronger customer base, Fleming Cos. here spun off assets of its
ON-LINE AMERICAN GROCER TAILORS ITS SERVICE 
SAN DIEGO -- American Grocer, an on-line shopping and delivery service here that launched its Web site last week, customizes its business approach for
PITTSBURGH SHOP 'N SAVE CHECKS OUT SELF-CHECKOUT 
NEWCASTLE, Pa. -- A new Shop 'n Save here has been testing for two weeks self-checkout technology as the latest convenience in self-service.Since the
GROCERY CHAINS BEGIN ALTERNATIVE-FUEL BIG RIG ROLLOUT 
LOS ANGELES -- Three major California grocery chains will begin rolling out alternative-fuel big rigs in response to a recent landmark court settlement

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