CAMDEN, N.J. — Campbell Soup Co. here will work with retailers over the next year to reconfigure 24,000 iQ-Shelf Maximizer merchandising systems for improved navigation with color coding and a new layout, it announced here Wednesday. The gravity-fed system will be organized by four eating and cooking segments including Classic Favorites; Taste Sensations; Healthy & Delicious; and Healthy Kids. The company will also introduce 12,000 additional portable gravity-fed shelving units called ...

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