Liz Parks

Liz
Parks
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Tea Sets 
As demand for antioxidant-rich blends and conveniently consumable beverages continues to swell, grocers' ready-to-drink beverage sections are amounting
Recycling Programs Aim to Keep Plastic Bags Alive 
Whither the plastic grocery bag? On the one hand, plastic bags, despite their legendary durability, are facing a growing threat to their continued existence
Mini Shopping Carts 
What if portable shopping baskets had wheels? Would shoppers use them instead of plastic bags for small purchases? U.S. retailers are about to find out.
FORECASTING DEMAND 
As higher input prices continue to inflate the cost of consumer packaged goods, retailers are turning to demand intelligence software to predict how shoppers
Buehler's Takes Enthusiasm for Energy Conservation to Shoppers 
When it comes to energy conservation, Buehler's is on a mission. Scott Buehler, vice president of real estate and store development, told SN the Wooster,
EYE ON IMPORTS: THE FOOD INDUSTRY ACTS 
The Recent Surge of high-profile recalls involving imported goods has sent a collective shudder through the entire food industry. The ongoing problems,
GAS PAINS: ETHANOL AND THE FOOD INDUSTRY 
Rising Oil Prices, energy security considerations and concerns over global warming are all contributing to a growing demand for biofuels. These alternative
Traceability: Improving Food Safety, Consumer Confidence 
WHAT: Traceability: A Choice or a Necessity? WHEN: Friday, Oct. 12, 2:45-4 p.m. WHERE: Room 361ABC WHAT: The Revolution in Item-Level Coding WHEN: Saturday,
Green Delivery Boxes Play Many Roles for FreshDirect 
NEW YORK — FreshDirect here which provides meals to more than 250,000 customers in the New York metropolitan area via its online delivery
Energy Procurement a Challenge 
Hurricane Katrina changed the way Benny Smith buys energy. Until Hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit the Gulf Coast back-to-back two years ago, Smith, director
EVERYTHING'S KOSHER 
Kosher offerings are far exceeding the periphery of the Passover Seder plate. As items ranging from Cheerios to M&Ms and Cracker Jack become certified
Wind Turbines and Credits Help Power Green Retailers 
Motivated by a desire to help reduce reliance on fossil fuels and create a healthier environment while also impressing their customers by being good corporate
QUALITY CONTROL 
THERE WAS A TIME, not too long ago, when supply was low, prices were high and there was virtually no promotional activity to support organic produce;
SQUEAKY CLEAN 
THEY SMELL GREAT. They perform well. They're good for you and for Mother Earth. Such a multisensory message helps explain why environmentally friendly,
COOKING UP SALES 
In-store cooking demonstrations are heating up sales in Center Store. Prepared and sampled alongside ingredients displayed in single merchandising units,

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