Liza B. Zimmerman

Liza
B. Zimmerman
Articles
THE NEW WORLD OF INDEPENDENTS 
GREENBRAE, Calif. -- The warm brick oven, turning out tasty loaves of sourdough, walnut bread and olive fougasse, is the first thing that greets shoppers
GENUARDI'S REVIVES LABEL; PORK, CHICKEN SALES BEEF UP 
NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- Executives at Genuardi's Family Markets here say the chain's resurrection of a venerable old meat-department brand is meeting with
ETHNIC MICROMARKETS 
JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Foodmart International here is betting that its global assortment of fresh foods -- from bok choy to tanks brimming with live fish
PANEL FINDS SAFETY ISSUES SPROUTING IN PRODUCE FIELD 
DALLAS -- Food-safety concerns are rippling their way up the produce-distribution chain and causing companies to re-evaluate their operations and react,
CASTING THE FUTURE 
By Picture, if you will, a supermarket seafood department that rivals meat or deli in sales and importance to the store. It is an operation tailored to
LURE OF SEAFOOD PROMOTIONS IS A MAJOR BENEFIT TO BOTTOM LINE 
BOSTON -- Savvy seafood promotions can make shopping more fun, introduce new products and drastically increase profits, according to a panel of retailers
CR ARTICLE SAID TO HAVE LEFT POULTRY UNAFFECTED 
A searingly negative article published in this month's Consumer Reports magazine, describing the levels of disease-causing pathogens found in fresh supermarket
VALENTINE'S DAY WEEKEND HELPED FLORAL SALES BLOOM 
Retailers successfully sold a mix of old favorites -- like long-stemmed roses and upscale chocolates -- and new concepts in their floral departments this
FRESH OUTLOOK ON SAFETY 
DALLAS -- The current safety profile of the U.S. produce industry and the measures being taken to chart its secure future were the focus of a series of
COOL FIXTURES 
Food-safety concerns and the still-growing value-added category are reconfiguring the shape and structure of fixtures in produce departments as never
TEXAS CATTLEMEN, OPRAH ARE STILL SHOOTING IT OUT IN COURT 
AMARILLO, Texas -- A group of irritated Texas cattlemen are continuing their battle against the diva of daytime television in this panhandle town in the
PROPOSED RULE ON ORGANICS IS HIT AS 'RISK TO STANDARDS' 
GREENFIELD, Mass. -- In a continuing debate that will define the future of the organic food industry, the Organic Trade Association here cited a list
BID TO PROTECT SWORDFISH IN NORTH ATLANTIC MAKES WAVES 
NEW YORK -- Two environmentalist groups are urging consumers not to eat swordfish, in a national campaign to save what they claim is a rapidly dwindling
'MILKAHOLIC' SUIT TURNS SOUR WHEN JUDGE THROWS IT OUT 
SEATTLE -- A Washington state man who claimed he was a "milkaholic" lost a lawsuit against Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., and the Washington Dairy Products
PRODUCE SALES NOT SPOILED BY TIMES SERIES, SAY RETAILERS 
NEW YORK -- The consensus among most supermarket produce executives is that produce sales have not been hurt by a wave of critical news media coverage

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