More supermarkets are engaging in direct relationships with third-party service companies to provide the labor resources needed for category resets, new item cut-ins, new store openings, store remodels and item mix adjustments, said executives with merchandising service organizations. Retailers are moving beyond traditional service merchandiser relationships, which were often mediated through suppliers. Now, they are turning more toward dedicated teams that are often referred to as "home ...

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