Few stores can afford to be as spectacular as Wegmans. But the Rochester, N.Y.-based retailer, whose stores draw praise for their innovative merchandising, nevertheless can provide an education for peers with smaller stores and more modest ambitions. Industry experts asked by SN to assess merchandising tips that could be gleaned from Wegmans Food Markets suggested that retailers focus not so much on re-creating specific tactics employed at Wegmans, but rather to learn from the ...

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