Kelly Gates

Retailers Make Room for Meal Solutions 
High-traffic departments like meat and produce are prime real estate for meal solutions. Progressive retailers are capitalizing on this notion by cross-merchandising
Different Strokes 
Marketing to Hispanic consumers is no longer a one-dimensional practice. First-generation shoppers in this ethnic group should be addressed differently
All-Inclusive: Foodies Crave Hispanic Food Too 
While considering how to market to disparate Hispanic groups, retailers can add yet another shopper to the mix the With the vast number of cooking shows
Shaping Up 
Less than a year after Kellogg's accommodated for rising commodity costs by shrinking boxes of five brands of its cereal while maintaining their retail
Second Life 
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Savvy supermarkets are doing all three by finding resourceful ways to keep stores filled with functional fixtures and refrigerated
New Year's Nudge 
Whether the goal is to lose weight, quit smoking or stick to a budget, supermarkets are ready with solutions to help shoppers keep their resolutions through
Sugar Rush 
With the economy in a slump, retailers are expecting more shoppers to select sweets as substitutes for more expensive presents this year. To help boost
Brand Demand 
FROM SOUP TO NUTS AND BEYOND, natural and organic private-label products continue to make healthy gains in Center Store. New SKUs are constantly arriving
Dip in Demand 
Hummus sales are humming. The Middle Eastern mixture has experienced enough growth in recent years that some industry experts are calling it the new salsa.
Will Private Label Follow? 
There's been a lot of talk about a slowdown in natural/organic category sales. The decline is in large part due to the economy, as well as the maturation
Private Label Prevails 
Private-label products are giving national brands a run for their money and, in many instances, outpacing their growth. Such has been the case at Wal-Mart,
Private Takeover 
Supermarkets’ private-label GM and HBC goods give national nonfood brands a run for their money.
Power Surge 
Despite the poor economy and more disciplined consumer spending, energy drinks continue to pour off supermarket shelves.
Fair Fare 
Lately, all's fair in the supermarket. Fair Trade, that is. Though the designation used to be reserved for single-ingredient items like coffee, Fair Trade
Temporary Treats 
Though their days are numbered, limited-edition sweets with movie themes are building excitement in the candy aisle. Some retailers create elaborate displays

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