The in-store presentation of fresh foods took impressive steps forward in 2000, helped along by improved packaging, better fixtures, more service and customer interaction, product sampling and a renewed emphasis on freshness. It's an exciting time to be working in the perimeter of the store as it becomes the nucleus of retailers' merchandising palette. Deli/Fresh Meals & Alternative Concepts Pizzazz, action and soft colors, as well as a very carefully selected product mix, moved into ...
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