Martin Schneider

Martin
Schneider
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ASSOCIATIONS SQUARE OFF ON SAFETY REGULATIONS 
WASHINGTON -- Leaders of several food industry associations presented Congress last week with divergent views on the need to create a single federal agency
STRIKE CONTINUES AT SHOP RITE STORES 
WEST BERLIN, N.J. -- The union representing 1,400 striking workers at 10 Shop Rite supermarkets in southern New Jersey, supplied by the Wakefern Food
WINN-DIXIE LOWERS ESTIMATES, CUTS DIVIDEND 
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores sent a strong signal last week that its long-running effort to attract new business is bearing little fruit.It
SHURFINE-TOPCO MERGER WOULD CREATE $3.45B COMPANY 
NORTHLAKE, Ill. -- Shurfine International, a private-label manufacturer and distributor here, said last week it has signed a letter of intent to merge
ALBERTSON'S: MOMENTUM UP, PLANS TO 'PLAY OFFENSE' 
NEW YORK -- Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, last week outlined its plan to "unleash its full potential."Larry Johnston, chairman and chief executive officer,
POSSIBLE STRIKE LOOMS AT SAFEWAY, ALBERTSON'S 
SAN FRANCISCO -- Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., and Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, last week were preparing for a possible strike by more than 22,000 employees
BIG V CONSIDERS THREE OPTIONS IN REORGANIZATION 
WILMINGTON, Del. -- Big V Supermarkets, Florida, N.Y., as part of its financial restructuring, is looking into three possible directions: sale of the
IRI AGAIN TRACKS WAL-MART SALES DATA 
CHICAGO -- Information Resources Inc. here this month announced it will resume offering Wal-Mart sales data, despite the retailer's decision to stop providing
COST EFFICIENCIES RAISE STAKES FOR C-STORES 
The C-store industry is quickly playing catch up and applying the formula that supermarkets have followed for years -- taking costs out of the distribution
SENTRY MAKEOVER STIRS UP LOCAL OPPOSITION 
MILWAUKEE -- The decision by Fleming, Dallas, to remodel its 10 corporate-owned Sentry Food stores here as warehouse-format Fresh 4 Less units has run
AIMING TO PLEASE 
Food retailing has become an increasingly difficult juggling act.Economies of scale tempt companies to offer everyone everywhere the same products. Customers,
STORES PUSH MINORITY RECRUITING AT CONFERENCE 
WASHINGTON -- The food industry was out in force to bolster recruitment efforts among minority communities last week during the National Urban League
WAKEFERN: BIG V IS JUST LOOKING FOR A TAKEOVER 
TRENTON, N.J. -- Wakefern Food Corp. charged that Big V Supermarkets wants to withdraw from its contract with the Elizabeth, N.J.-based membership cooperative
ERGONOMICS DEBATE BEGINS AGAIN 
WASHINGTON -- Food industry associations here are bracing for another round of debates on workplace regulations as the Department of Labor began a series
SHAW'S LOCAL SET TO STRIKE SHOULD TALKS NOT SUCCEED 
EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 791 employed by Shaw's Supermarkets here last week voted to strike

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