LAFAYETTE HILL, Pa. -- Perishables -- particularly fresh meals -- is one area where retailers can differentiate themselves from their competition, said panelists at a recent symposium, Surviving All The Changes in Food Marketing Today, sponsored by Philadelphia-based St. Joseph's University's Masters Degree Program in Food Marketing. According to panelist Norman Rich, president of Weis Markets, Sunbury, Pa., demographics and the workplace will continue to impact supermarkets, especially as ...
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