Sales of artisan cheese have stayed strong during gloomy economic times, and supermarket retailers are gaining new respect for the category and looking to give it its due. Cheese clubs, more demos, pumped-up variety and advertising, the introduction of whole lines of private-label artisan cheese, innovative cross-merchandising and pairing. Those are just some of the things happening right now. Hy-Vee, West Des Moines, Iowa, has launched a new, companywide effort that includes the ...
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