SAN ANTONIO -- Getting a bottle of soda off the shelves is a lot easier at some Handy Andy stores due to new display fixture profiles, according to Robert Morales, the chain's space management and grocery merchandising coordinator. That's because most of the retailer's grocery displays have dropped from 78 inches to about 72 inches, and some have been lowered by as much as 18 inches, according to Morales. To date, eight stores have been reset. One more is scheduled to begin today, with ...

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