Commercial cheese varieties are proliferating, keeping dairy department managers on their toes with new merchandising and marketing efforts
Any way you slice it, the commercial cheese category has changed. Individually portioned snack packs have breathed new life into the dairy department over the past few years. So have deli-style sandwich slices and packages labeled “low-sodium.” Shoppers are even experiencing new options in shreds as manufacturers experiment with bold flavors like chipotle cheddar and mozzarella with sun-dried tomato and basil. While these contemporary additions have generated excitement in the dairy case, ...
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