SAN ANTONIO -- Retailers must redesign stores for better product display, shopper accessibility and expanded services to combat the growing threat from nontraditional merchants, said George Chirtea, vice president of merchandising at Supervalu, Minneapolis. Speaking at the National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association's Retail Development and Engineering Conference here this month, Chirtea urged retail engineers to work with merchandising executives to design stores that accommodate ...
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