Nancy Griffin

Nancy
Griffin
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BREAKING THE ICE 
Fresh still wins the popularity contest among typical seafood purveyors. However, more quality-conscious retailers around the country are accepting, even
FOOD-SAFETY REPORT SNAGS IRE OF SEAFOOD INDUSTRY 
WASHINGTON -- A report citing seafood as the single biggest cause of foodborne illness is making waves throughout the seafood industry.The 52-page report,
VALUE-ADDED, SIGNATURE ITEMS DEFINING PRIVATE LABEL IN FRESH FOODS 
For many years, shelves in Center Store have been stocked with store brands of non-perishable items ranging from canned vegetables to toilet tissue. But
THE SAFE COURSE 
Of all the components that make up a retailer's food-safety program, training can be the most costly and time-consuming. The challenge of implementing
MARSH PREPARES TO GROW FLORAL CATEGORY WITH ACQUISITION 
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's a time to grow for two independent floral chains acquired by Marsh Supermarkets here, and officials say the retailer's purchase indicates
KEEPING ARTISAN BREADS HOT 
As the artisan-bread category matures, retailers are taking time to reassess their own programs, whether in-house or sourced from a manufacturer partner.
SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOP TO PRODUCE MORE 
SAN FRANCISCO -- The success of the first workshop offered in the Year 2000 series by the newly expanded San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market means
SEAFOOD IS 
PORTLAND, Maine -- Private-label seafood, once the lonesome province of the humble and ubiquitous fish stick, now includes a sprinkling of gourmet entrees
LITTLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FRESH AND FROZEN LOBSTER: STUDY 
BANGOR, Maine -- No room in the store for live lobster tanks? No problem. Even experienced lobster eaters have a difficult time telling the difference
MAKING THE GRADE 
Retailers are discovering that irradiation is -- in the figurative sense -- a chain reaction that's causing changes all the way down the distribution
BOSTON SEAFOOD SHOW 
BOSTON -- Last year, e-commerce was little more than a gleam in the eyes of the seafood industry, but this year nearly a dozen Web sites devoted to the
IRRADIATED MEAT READY; STORES WAIT FOR REACTION 
WASHINGTON -- Long tested and much debated, the controversial process of irradiation finally becomes part of the supermarket meat case this week, though
MILKING THE DAIRY 
Today's dairy aisle is home to increasingly crowded refrigerated displays of milk, yogurt, butter and related items, as consumer demand for convenience
RX PREVENTION PRESCRIPTIONS 
Consumers may be more aware of food-borne illness today, but they still don't know how to protect food in their homes. The nature of this conflict has
FRESH APPROACH IS URGED TO QUESTION OF FROZEN SEAFOOD 
BOSTON -- Is fresh seafood better than frozen?Knowledgeable people in the seafood, retail and food-service industries, as well as some fishermen, say

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