TEMPE, Ariz. — Publix Super Markets claims an impressive 55.1% market share of traditional grocery business in its five-state trading area, yet it's striving to further improve in-store performance. It expects CPG suppliers to weigh in with practices that can help Publix merchandise more effectively, said Dave Bornmann, vice president of product business development for grocery and nonfoods at the Lakeland, Fla.-based chain. “We need actionable ideas that are Publix-customer-centric and ...
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