Jeff Wells

Supermarket News
SN Whole Health: Club Stores Trade Up 
Club stores have emerged as a fair trade champion.
SN Whole Health: Winter 2012 Trends  1
Hot topics: Dairy-free boom, make mine a vinegar, dinnertime helpers and fresh hydration.
Restaurant Concept Goes Pop 
The business equivalent of finger food, pop-up restaurants are establishments that operate for months, weeks or mere days before closing up shop.
Daily Blooms: Year-Round Floral Sales 
Battered by the recession a few years ago, floral department managers have emerged with a commitment to pushing fresh, high-quality flowers, not just during the major holidays, but year-round.
SN Whole Health: Summer 2012 Trends  1
Expect these hot trends this summer: shopping walls, mochi madness, upscale carbonated soft drinks and greater gardens.
SN Whole Health: Summer 2012 News  2
News about food audit programs, GMO, whole grains, hemp, food labels, defining organic, obesity and gluten.
The Fit List: The Best in Health, Wellness and Sustainability 
SN Whole Health’s 2012 Fit List celebrates the efforts of food retailers leading the industry in health, wellness and sustainability.
SN Whole Health: Cereal Trying to Rise and Shine 
Faced with flat sales and stiff competition, cereal companies are trying to wake up the category with some healthful innovations.
SN Whole Health Trends: Steam Bag Cooking 
Steam isn’t usually a preferred method of home cooking, but that hasn’t stopped national manufacturers from introducing new products featuring steam bag technology.
SN Whole Health News: Scraping MyPlate 
For all its acclaim, the USDA's MyPlate logo belies a frustrating truth, that in a nation of ever-expanding waistlines, most consumers eat according to the plate a mere seven days out of the year, according to a survey by the NPD Group.
SN Whole Health: Retailers Turn Agent in Sourcing Hot New Products 
The natural products industry is filled with humble beginnings. The best new ideas still come from small start-up
SN Whole Health: Reassuring Supplement Shoppers Is a Priority 
The vitamin and supplement industry is no stranger to skepticism, but recent studies and the ensuing media coverage have been particularly troubling.
Startups Offer Low-Cost Solutions for Food Deserts 
There’s no clear-cut way to eradicate food deserts, but Carrie Ferrence believes a shipping container full of perishables is a good place to start.
SN Extra: Former Publix Chief Chips Away  1
“What do I do with the rest of my life?” It’s a question everyone approaching retirement asks themselves, and it’s one that Mark Hollis of Publix didn’t quite know the answer to.
Supermarkets Become Gluten-Free Guides 
One-on-one interactions, community fairs and classes are just a few of the ways retailers are reaching out to gluten-free shoppers.
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