Carol Angrisani

Center Store Editor,
Supermarket News
Gallery: Aldi's gluten-free line 1
Aldi rolled out a private label gluten-free line several months ago.
Dorothy Lane partners with fishery for sustainable tuna 
Dorothy Lane Market has partnered with an Oregon fishery to introduce a line of sustainably caught canned albacore tuna.
Retailers pressured to stop selling tobacco  3
When it comes to tobacco sales, CVS is on the Wall of Fame, while Walgreens is on the Wall of Shame.
Amazon launches new reordering tool for consumers 
Amazon launched two new replenishment tools Tuesday: the Amazon Dash Button and the Dash Replenishment Service.
Whole Foods collaborates with microbrewery 
The Whole Foods Brewing Company in Texas has launched its first collaboration brew.
Retailers could feel Kraft-Heinz merger 'pinch' 
Kraft and Heinz have agreed to merge in a deal that will form The Kraft Heinz Co., the fifth largest food and beverage firm in the world and the third largest in North America.
Hannaford's Portland, Maine, stores prepare for bag fee 
Hannaford Bros. is helping its Portland, Maine, shoppers prepare for an upcoming disposable bag fee by giving away reusable bags for free.
Gallery: Protein-packed products
New product launches with a high/source of protein positioning increased by 33% in 2014. Following are some of the protein-rich packaged foods on store shelves.
Jungle Jim’s breaks out the cigars (and scotch) 
Jungle Jim’s will hold a cigar and scotch sampling event on March 31.
Supermarkets host wine-painting parties 
As the popularity of wine-painting parties grows, Dorothy Lane will host its first “Paint and Palate” event this month.
Study: Shopper marketing spending doubles  1

Shopper marketing spending has more than doubled over the last two years, according to a new study.

Gallery: Home grown produce at King Kullen
King Kullen Grocery Co., Bethpage, N.Y., focuses on locally grown and organic produce.
H-E-B launches salad kits 
H-E-B has introduced a line of salads kits designed for on-the-go consumption.
Taking Sides: Should gluten-free foods be segregated?  5
Retailers have welcomed a broad assortment of gluten-free products into their stores. The challenge, however, is deciding how to merchandise them. Some retailers favor segregation, while others choose integration.
Audio slideshow: Breaking down the 2015 Center Store Survey
SN’s annual Center Store Survey provides a look into this year’s consumer trends and market forces affecting the category. Here, Center Store Editor Carol Angrisani discusses some of the exclusive findings and provides tips for retailers.
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