Christine Blank

Articles by Christine Blank
Schnucks Unveils Restaurant Concepts 
ST. LOUIS — Schnuck Markets is headed back to the kitchen. After closing the last of its in-store restaurants in 2005, the company has decided to have another
Eco-Friendly Packaging For Whole Foods' PL 
ORLANDO, Fla. — Whole Foods Market's store-brand packages are getting a green makeover. "We are really moving toward making sure every product
It's Yogurt to Me: Greek-Style Brands 
Consumer demand is the driving force behind the stream of Greek-style yogurts coming to the market. Like other yogurts, Greek-style preparations contain
Retailers Recycling Organic Waste 
Ohio grocers are trying to do something good with their fresh food waste. About 10 small and large grocers in the state, including Kroger, Giant Eagle
Today's Specials: Fast Food Goes Organic 
The growth of natural and organics in the food-service channel hasn't been as obvious as trends in conventional supermarkets, but that's changing as more
CULTURE AFFAIRS 
YOGURT WITH FIBER. Milk with probiotics and omega-3s. Butter from hormone-free, grass-fed cows What's the dairy aisle coming to? Perhaps the better question
My Organic Market: Where Mom Knows Best 
MY ORGANIC MARKET EXPECTS EMPLOYEES to live the lifestyle they're helping to sell. New associates are given a green package when they begin working at
Vigilance Advised Against Bioterror 
ORLANDO, Fla. — Biological terrorism on the U.S. food supply chain is still a very real threat, Michael Sealy, vice president, Risk Management Services,
Prepared Food Sales Up During Holidays 
Although financial experts had warned that consumers might spend less during the 2007 holidays due to high gas prices and other financial concerns, many
Supermarkets Expand Food Donations Amid Shortages 
CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. has launched a new program to donate more perishables to charities as part of an expansion of its hunger relief efforts. The move
HAPPY ENDINGS 
Socially conscious and health-focused fare are receiving top billing on prominently positioned endcaps. In addition to catching the eyes of shoppers to
PHARMACY RISES 
Supermarket pharmacy made great strides in 2007 in letting its voice be heard in Washington and in the states. Now, it plans to ramp up its efforts to
E-Train Is Rolling 
Supermarket pharmacists generally support the move toward electronic prescribing, action on which was stepped up in late 2007 and may be enacted in 2008.
Publix Educates Shoppers on Natural, Organic and Earth-Friendly Foods 
Publix Super Markets has found a unique, interactive way to promote its new GreenWise Market format, which opened in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., this fall.
RIGHT CHOICES AT STATER BROS. 
Successful health and wellness programs often use an umbrella strategy that ties together each department. Stater Bros. is covering its shoppers by using

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