ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Carr Gottstein Foods here projects 10% to 15% increases in private-label nonfood sales with the chain's shift to the Springfield brand. Carr's move to Springfield for health and beauty care products and general merchandise calls for shelf sets in the new offerings to be completed at store level by next week. Preliminary results since Springfield items began appearing on gondolas this spring indicate "there's been great acceptance, and we're very pleased," said Gary ...
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