SEATTLE (FNS) -- Consolidation in the supermarket industry has become the overarching catalyst for recent changes in the fresh-foods departments, according to a number of industry observers and retail veterans interviewed by SN. The effects of consolidation are bringing the perishables business closer in practice to the other parts of the business, like Center Store, according to Bill Bishop, president, Willard Bishop Consulting, Barrington, Ill. "We are not absolutely sure of what the new ...
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