The introduction of a seafood specialist at Canyon Market, San Francisco, Calif., has increased sales in the department in less than two months.
The section now looks better, thanks to an improved display, is educational and is informational, with recipes provided.
“We were hoping to find someone who would want to take a particular interest in seafood,” said Richard Tarlov, owner of the store. “It was an orphan in our whole lineup; we had never had a person who had adopted it as their ...
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