Carol Angrisani

Carol
Angrisani
Center Store Editor,
Supermarket News
Articles
Custom pet foods cater to specific health needs 
The pet aisle is packed with foods that address specific health conditions, including joint, oral, bladder health and weight management.
Stop & Shop introduces international line
Stop & Shop has introduced World Menu, a private label line of internationally inspired foods.
Gallery: Bottomless bowls (of pet food)
A number of online pet product companies ship pet food and supplies to homes. Here are a few.
Retailers embrace better-for-you beverages
Retailers plan to emphasize lower-calorie beverages in a variety of ways this year, according to SN’s 12th annual Survey of Center Store Performance.
Dollars and Cents: Survey of Center Store Performance 
Retailers fear dollar stores almost as much as Walmart, according to the 12th annual SN survey.
Gallery: Barons Market, a gluten-free destination 1
Southern California retailer Barons Market carries about 1,000 gluten-free products.
Stew Leonard’s employees walk to work post-blizzard 
Stew Leonard’s stores opened early the morning after the height of Winter Storm Juno, thanks, in part, to some employees who walked to work.
Winn-Dixie lets public choose next soda flavor 
Winn-Dixie has launched a consumer contest to determine the next flavor of its Chek private label carbonated soft drink.
Whole Foods caters to home brewers 
The Whole Foods Market Brewing Co. is launching a series of free home brew classes.
H-E-B lets consumers name new salsa  3
H-E-B is soliciting brand names for its new private label salsa.
Hannaford solicits end zone dance videos 
Hannaford is celebrating the football season by asking shoppers to post a video of what their football end zone dance would look like if they had the chance.
Gallery: Love is in the air at Stop & Shop
At a time when many retailers are still moving out holiday merchandise, Stop & Shop has already moved on to Valentine’s Day.
West Point Market eyes new wine events 
Starting in February, West Point Market will hold food and wine pairing events the first Friday of each month.
Homeland to endorse lean meats 
Lean cuts of meat will get Homeland Stores’ stamp of approval under a new labeling program that will rollout in the first quarter.
Jungle Jim's assists wine buyers 
Jungle Jim’s simplifies the wine-buying process by organizing certain selections by value and quality.

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