While club-style packs have earned their rightful place in supermarkets, many retailers are rethinking marketing strategies for family and jumbo sizes. "We are not a warehouse, but a retail store," said Terry Stapleton, vice president of Minyard Food Stores' Sack & Save division. "We offer lots of variety, a little bit of everything. That is the difference between us and a club store." The Coppell, Texas-based operator has had "Big Buy" packs for more than a decade, to provide ...
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