CHICAGO -- Organic produce sections can bring new shoppers into supermarkets, produce department managers said during a seminar at the United Produce Show at FMI. The managers identified organic sections in response to the question, "Are there key items that will drive new faces to your stores?" Acting as moderator, Steve Lutz, executive vice president of the Perishables Group, West Dundee, Ill., presented a series of questions related to selling and merchandising produce. Serving on the ...

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