Adaptations in Food Retailing The Nov. 13 issue of SN contained an article about the continuing evolution of store formats. It shows just how far the traditional food retailing business has come in leading the response to shopper needs. [“Multi-Format Options,” Page 1.] For most of the last 30 years, new formats in food retailing have come from outside traditional food retailing. In 1976 when we first started consulting, Aldi imported the limited-assortment store from Germany. In the ...

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