CHICAGO -- Rationalizing product mix for certain categories has enabled Dominick's Finer Foods to cut down on out-of-stock merchandise. "Consumers vote against out-of-stocks with their wallets and their feet," warned Herb Young, group vice president of sales, marketing and advertising for the Northlake, Ill.-based chain. Young, speaking at the Food Marketing Institute's annual convention here, addressed the importance of dealing with out-of-stock merchandise. As reported, a study conducted ...

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