Matthew Enis

Supermarket News
2011 Power 50: No. 19 Al Plamann 
All Plamann, CEO of Unified Grocers, is ranked No. 19 in SN's 2011 Power 50. Read his profile here.
2011 Power 50: No. 38 Daniel Servitje 
Daniel Servitje, CEO of Grupo Bimbo, is ranked No. 38 in SN's 2011 Power 50. Read his profile here.
2011 Power 50: No. 49 Tom Vilsack 
Tom Vilsack, secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is ranked No. 49 in SN's 2011 Power 50. Read his profile here.
2011 Power 50: No. 21 Gregg Steinhafel 
Gregg Steinhafel, chairman, president and CEO of Target Corp., is ranked No. 21 in SN's 2011 Power 50. Read his profile here.
Last month, First Lady Michelle Obama introduced the U.S. Department of Agriculture's new MyPlate icon, which is meant to help translate the department's
NCBA Promotes Value in Difficult Economy 
With food prices on the rise and the economy mired in a sluggish recovery, shoppers are still looking for ways to save. In meat departments, many frugal
Local Goes Viral in Indiana 
For retailers and restaurants with a knack for marketing, the local food trend has offered plenty of opportunities to tell their customers great stories
In a series of recent focus groups conducted in Chicago and the Washington, D.C., area by Shugoll Research and Midan Marketing, many shoppers complained
PCC Scores Highest With Seafood Sustainability 
SEATTLE — When Greenpeace published its first Carting Away the Oceans report in 2008, the organization gave failing grades to all of the 20 U.S. food retailers
Expanded Polystyrene foam was a revelation when Dow Chemical began manufacturing it in the 1940s. The lightweight, insulating, moisture-resistant plastic
Many Unaware of Leak-Proof Items 
LEAKY MEAT PACKAGES HAVE long been a pet peeve for shoppers, and during her presentation of the annual Power of Meat study at the 2011 Meat Conference
Young Shoppers Prefer Organic 
NEW ORLEANS — Younger shoppers tend to be less sensitive to price premiums for organic produce, according to one discussion during the Lessons from the
Produce Prices, SKUs on the Rise 
NEW ORLEANS — Produce prices are on the rise, and consumers are responding by purchasing less in many top categories. This was one of the themes of the
Retailers Look to Tell Grower Story 
NEW ORLEANS — The local food trend may be getting all of the press, but today's consumers are also demonstrating growing interest in the origin of their
Local Beer and Curds Promo Catches On at Hy-Vee 
MADISON, Wis. — Cheese curds and beer are a snacking tradition in Wisconsin, and one Hy-Vee location here has found that a simple cross-promotion can help
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