SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Consumers Food & Drug here plans to complete a re-racking of its aluminum foil bakeware sections this month as part of a program to better align its housewares offerings. The 20-unit chain is going from a slanted shelf display to a pegged presentation of foil items. The new planogram makes room for about a dozen additional stockkeeping units. This fall the grocer enlarged its cooking gadget sections 4 feet, allowing for 30 new stockkeeping units in a 200-item ...
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