It might seem difficult to freshen up fresh foods -- but that's what retailers are doing with renovated stores, interactive displays and better consumer intercepts that serve as a showcase for new products. The changes acknowledge the power perishables have in influencing consumer behavior. Here, retailers are responding to consumer demand, but they're also increasingly using produce, meat, dairy and bakery to compensate for losses on the dry grocery side, where the emphasis is on price, ...

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