SALISBURY, N.C. -- Food Lion here is in the process of setting a new planogram for its stick goods departments chainwide. The effort, which began last month, eliminates overhead skybars displaying short-handled items and small brushes. The merchandise is being repositioned to the middle of the main pegboard gondola that holds long-handled goods. The planogram also scales down the larger sets from 16 to 12 feet with the minimum department size running 8 feet. The retailer is looking for a ...

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