SAN ANTONIO -- As it resets its stores, Handy Andy Supermarkets here is giving prime space to its private-label grocery products. ivate label is a big part of our business. Our customers buy a lot of private label because of the value," said Stan Edde, president. The chain has started "billboarding" its store-brand products, rather than setting them next to the national brand equivalents. Edde said Handy Andy is striving for a three-tiered program in which it would merchandise a national ...
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