Lynne Miller

Lynne
Miller
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Gourmet Entrees Help Bashas' Stand Out 
CHANDLER, Ariz. Bashas' customers expect to find a monthly menu of Chef's Entrees on the retailer's website. If the chain's a day late posting the menu,
CRISIS MANAGEMENT 
Foodborne illnesses dominated the headlines this year. A nationwide outbreak of E. coli infections brought the spinach industry to its knees. More than
Produce Industry Still Recovering From E. Coli Outbreak 
LONG AFTER THE majority of E. coli poisoning victims had recovered, the fresh produce industry struggled to regain its health in the wake of the spinach
COMPETITIVE EDGE 
Competition is fierce for the food dollar, and nowhere is that more true than in the fresh food departments of supermarkets. It wasn't so long ago that
Company Urges Congress to Ban Carbon Monoxide Packaging 
WASHINGTON A producer of natural food extracts that objected to carbon monoxide packaging of fresh meat earlier this year is urging Congress to ban the
HIGH MAINTENANCE 
Like an endangered species, live lobsters are vanishing from supermarket seafood departments. Retailers are getting out of the lobster business for different
FRESH SUMMIT 2006 
SAN DIEGO - The E. coli outbreak linked to fresh spinach exposed weaknesses in existing food safety standards and made it clear that major changes are
RETAILERS REPORT SICKLY SPINACH SALES 
NEW YORK - The contaminated spinach outbreak continued to take a toll last week, as companies faced mounting losses and consumer groups and lawmakers
RETAILERS ASSESS SPINACH E. COLI OUTBREAK DAMAGE 
WASHINGTON - Supermarket operators last week were assessing the damage caused by this month's spinach scare, while federal investigators continued their
PMA'S FRESH SUMMIT SHOWCASES NEW PRODUCTS 
NEWARK, Del. - Thousands of retailers, vendors, brokers, grower-shippers and other folks who work in the produce industry will find plenty of new products,
BRISTOL FARMS OPENS BIGGEST STORE TO DATE 
SAN DIEGO - Here in ritzy La Jolla, Bristol Farms' newest store is not your average supermarket.Even by the company's own upscale standards, the store
GETTING TO KNOW YOU 
Busch's Supermarkets' new store in Rochester Hills, Mich., is kind of like a test kitchen for the retailer.The 46,000-square-foot store, which opened
SAY 'QUESO' 
Cheese producers have no trouble selling Latinos on queso fresco and cotija. Now, marketers aim to sell Hispanic cheeses to a broader audience.In recent
HIGH GASOLINE PRICES COULD BENEFIT SUPERMARKETS 
Strange as it sounds, steep gasoline prices could have a positive impact on supermarkets.As they start their summer vacations, consumers are feeling squeezed
PRODUCE BENEFITS MANY RETAIL FORMATS 
CHICAGO - Retailers are using new products, year-round supply and better merchandising to keep the produce department relevant to today's health- and
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