The pressure is on today's top food executives to maintain a competitive edge in an environment populated with multiple store formats and alternative shopping choices. As executives make short-term decisions to combat competition, changing market conditions, and fluctuations in the economy, they'll also need a strategic vision and plan for long-term growth. It is within this context that SN presents the 2005 Strategic Planner -- a compilation of 25 cutting-edge initiatives that are being ...

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