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I trust you (almost) completely

Dec 12, 2018 by Mike Aiton
It was always interesting, when trying to explain how our business works to someone, that they were shocked at the way agreements between buyer and seller are reached.
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Looking for the thousand points of light

Dec 10, 2018 by Tom Karst
In the wake of the food safety travails of romaine lettuce in recent weeks — and industry navel-gazing about whether health authorities overreacted — I ask this question: What about the good news?
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Reflections on retailer responses to romaine

Nov 29, 2018 by Ashley Nickle
I visited 12 grocery stores in the Kansas City area the evening that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked another E. coli outbreak to romaine, and the Nov. 20 trip was far more revealing than I expected.
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The star of the show

Nov 15, 2018 by Armand Lobato
Forty thousand is what at least one consumer group estimates is the average number of stock-keeping units in a grocery store.
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A glimpse of the future of retail

Nov 09, 2018 by Ashley Nickle
LAS VEGAS — Retailers and consumer packaged goods companies have been making major investments to be relevant in the increasingly important online space, and new event Groceryshop showed how they are doing it.