Christine Blank

SN Whole Health: Fall 2012 News 
SN Whole Health reports on sodium in food, food co-ops, non-GMO claims, the Egg Bill, legislating health, and men and their veggies.
SN Whole Health: Fall 2012 Trends 
SN Whole Health reports on these natural food trends: protein power, super teas, raw food and turmeric.
Energy Shots 
A booming new facet of the overall energy drink category is energy shots concentrated, 2- or 3-ounce versions of traditional energy drinks. While the
THIS IS NOT YOUR TEENAGER'S super-caffeinated energy drink. More adult, healthful formulations have come to market in the past year, touting herbal ingredients
Mixed Bag 
Facing a deepening recession, many shoppers are closely watching their food budgets dining out less, eating at home more often and planning their shopping
A Culture of Giving 
Giving back to the communities where it operates has been woven into the culture at Publix Super Markets since its earliest days an integral part of the
White & Bright 
AMERICANS ARE FOLLOWING UP THEIR BETTER-FOR-YOU MEALS with a growing selection of natural and organic oral care products. Natural toothpaste, mouthwash,
Integration Issues for Alternative Oral Care Products 
Because many alternative oral care products address special needs, the issue of integration is a challenge. Some rinses, for example, treat dry mouth;
Southeast Promotions Focus on Meals, Staples 
Grocery operators in the Southeast, one of the areas hardest-hit by the weak economy, are focusing on meal deals and ham and turkey giveaways, and emphasizing
Big Bowl Expands at Lunds, Byerly's 
EDINA, Minn. — An authentic Asian quick-service concept has been performing well in several Lunds and Byerly's delis here, leading the retailer to expand
Aldi Plans Fast Growth in Florida 
SANFORD, Fla. Albertsons' and Winn-Dixie's losses in Florida have become Aldi's gain. Batavia, Ill.-based Aldi, which made its debut in the Sunshine State
Eye Care: a Case for Better Merchandising 
With eye care sales showing promise, food retailers need to promote and cross-merchandise the category more often to win sales from other channels of
New Look 
Supermarkets should give eye care, which includes over-the-counter medications and corrective eyewear, a second look. Except for the contact lens segment,
Industry Leaders to Assess COOL Rollout 
Country-of-origin labeling requirements are set to take effect next week, on Sept. 30, but there is still some confusion in the marketplace. And to help
Only the Essentials 
Food retailers had to work harder than ever to promote back-to-school this year, as most consumer surveys indicated that shoppers flocked to discounters
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