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THE NOSE KNOWS 
Supermarkets are taking a cue from spas and wellness centers and updating their nonfood aisles with a variety of aromatherapy-type air fresheners and
Over the Hemp? 
Conservative, rural North Dakota has emerged as the unlikely champion fighting for the right to grow industrial hemp. Two farmers there have filed a lawsuit
IN THE BAG: A GREENER CHECKOUT 
The Sustainability Movement sweeping the retail food industry has arrived at the front end, where the humble shopping bag is getting an extreme makeover.
BETTER BREAKFASTS 
RETAILERS ARE WAKING UP TO THE benefits of healthy breakfasts. Now that consumers are more aware of the advantages of eating nutritiously, the cereal
SODIUM IN FOOD: SHAKING OUT CHANGES 
SALT HAS BECOME A CONSTANT in the American diet. It's in just about every prepared food item in today's supermarket; from frozen dinners to canned soup,
ECO-LABELS TO VIE WITH ORGANICS FOR CONSUMER ATTENTION 
PORTLAND, Ore. -- As more supermarkets consider introducing eco-labeled product to entice environmentally sensitive shoppers, they might discover the
BREAD SPREAD 
These days, there's plenty of butters, margarines and spreads to go around, dairy managers are observing. The popularity of crusty, artisan breads, the
THE WHOLESOME OUTLOOK 
Mindful of the huge marketing opportunities associated with health-conscious baby boomers, manufacturers are branding their food product to meet the needs
RETAILERS HELP PHILADELPHIA SHED TONNAGE WITH PRODUCE 
PHILADELPHIA -- In a show of brotherly love, several of the city's supermarkets are helping Philadelphians become healthier and lose weight by eating
MIDWEST FINDING LITTLE BERRIES BIG IN PROFIT 
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. -- Two retailers have found that tying in to local festivals can create a groundswell of consumer support, particularly if the event
RETAILERS ROLL OUT THE PUMPKINS 
NEW YORK -- With Halloween just around the corner, produce managers have once again made room for displays of pumpkins and other harvest-related items
KNOWLEDGE KEY TO 'OTHER' PRODUCE MERCHANDISING 
WASHINGTON -- Identifying and promoting the items consumers want are two of the biggest challenges facing conventional supermarkets merchandising natural
STUCK ON ECO-LABELS 
Eco-labels are good for the environment, raising social consciousness -- and the bottom line, retailers told SN.These increasingly visible, ecology-minded
RETAILER'S DECOR INCLUDES UNIQUE SIGNAGE 
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. -- Bonson's Pick 'n Save used a recently completed renovation to introduce new signage designed to enhance the customer shopping experience.Co-owner
MAD COW PROBE IN JAPAN SPURS NEW WORRY 
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The first suspected case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in Japan should serve as another warning for the U.S. meat industry to

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