DALLAS — Food retailers around the world are experimenting with innovative new formats that reflect significant changes in consumer behaviors, said Neil Stern, senior partner, McMillan Doolittle, during a presentation here Thursday at FMI2012.
From innovative hypermarkets like Iper in Italy to H.E. Butt Grocery’s new discount format, Joe V’s, in Texas, retailers are seeking to tap into what they see as emerging — and lasting consumer trends and shopping ...
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