Retailers can get more money out of the frozen-food case if they stand bags of frozen product upright as opposed to laying them stacked, or "pancaked," on top of each other, said a Birds Eye manager. Rick Grossman, the Charlotte, N.C., district manager for the Birds Eye line of Agrilink, Green Bay, Wis., said the Bi-Lo, Food Lion and Ingles Markets chains, plus a Kroger Co. unit in Salem, Va., and one Ukrop's Super Markets store have switched display methods and are testing the results. "In ...

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