B2B | Shopper Connection | April 2010 Bringing Fresh Ideas to Shelf Stable Since 1988, traditional grocery stores have lost 53 percent of their market share to other classes of trade, "leaking" shoppers to warehouse clubs, dollar stores, supercenters and limited assortment stores.1Now more than ever, retailers must be tightly linked as strategic partners to find creative ways to maintain shopper loyalty. "We work closely with our customers to understand the unique characteristics of ...

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