Martin Schneider

Martin
Schneider
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SURVIVAL TACTICS 
Wholesale distributors and independents are becoming more dependent on each other for continued growth, if not future survival, according to industry
FORMER GRAND UNION VP'S WIFE SENTENCED 
NEWARK, N.J. -- Diane Vaillancourt, the wife of Donald C. Vaillancourt, former longtime executive with the now-defunct Grand Union Co., Wayne, N.J., last
LEGISLATIVE VIEWPOINTS 
WASHINGTON -- Major food industry associations are hoping the Congressional winds will blow as favorably on issues like bioterrorism, health care reform
INDUSTRY APPLAUDS OSHA'S VOLUNTARY ERGONOMICS GUIDELINES 
WASHINGTON -- The food industry last week breathed a collective sigh of relief as Labor Secretary Elaine Chao announced that the Occupational Safety and
BIG V CREDITORS FACE PURCHASE DECISION 
FLORIDA, N.Y. -- Creditors of Big V Super Markets will soon face a major decision about the future of the company in the wake of a joint purchase offer
FLEMING DETAILS KMART IMPACT 
DALLAS -- Fleming here last week said that it does not expect to realize a substantial portion of money owed to it by Kmart, Troy, Mich., which is Fleming's
WILD OATS' FRESH LOOK GENERATES SALES GAINS IN QUARTER 
BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Markets here said that its new Fresh Look marketing and merchandising program led to strong comp-store gains for the fourth
FMI CREATES FOOD SECURITY CENTER 
WASHINGTON -- The safety of the nation's food-distribution supply has gained an even stronger line of defense, after the Food Marketing Institute here
LABOR MATTERS 
Supermarkets and their local labor unions will be treading on fragile economic ground when they face off in upcoming contract negotiations.Skyrocketing
SUPERVALU SETS AMBITIOUS STORE-EXPANSION GOAL 
Supervalu, Minneapolis, reaffirmed its commitment to retail operations, saying it has set a goal of commanding a fleet of 2,500 corporate and licensed
WHOLE FOODS EARNINGS JUMP IN FIRST QUARTER 
AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market here said last week an expanding customer base led to strong sales and earnings gains in the first quarter ended Jan.
DEBT, WARM WEATHER HURT INGLES RESULTS 
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Ingles Markets here said that debt repayment, a smaller store base and mild weather led to a decline in sales and earnings for the
COURT RULING MAY HEAD OFF THREAT TO BAR-CODE USERS 
WASHINGTON -- A federal appeals court decision here concerning scanning technology may extinguish a long-running threat that food industry companies using
A&P SAYS IT COULD BREAK EVEN THIS FISCAL YEAR 
MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here said last week it had a profitable third quarter excluding one-time charges, a development that could lead to a break-even
HARRIS TEETER DENIES BIAS 
MATTHEWS, N.C. -- Harris Teeter here told SN last week it dismissed workers last month because they were undocumented, not because they were of Hispanic

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