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Podcast title The Market Basket Report
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Updated Tue, 19 Jan 2010 03:24:52 +0000
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Episodes

1. Randall “Todd” Jones – Hubba Hubba
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Description: Imagine this. You’re sitting on some panel at the 15th National Association for Retail Marketing Services (NARMS) Spring Conference & Exposition at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel, Fla., maybe talking about Planogram Software or shouting down some representative from Acosta … Continue reading →

2. Fresh & Easy Buzz Confirms My Half Theory
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Description: From Fresh & Easy Buzz Blog. Jensen really is spearheading a shift to fresh prepared foods for drug chain Walgreens! I knew it. Were you purposefully trying to lead me astray, F&E Buzz? You’re the one getting the real scoops … Continue reading →

3. Like Clockwork
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Description: Extra-sensory perception (see Food Retailers Capitalize on Resolution Marketing; What else is new?, January 8). Supermarket News is touting SuperBowl oriented promotional activity, as is the tradition in the Grocery Retail press every January. We GET IT. The Super Bowl … Continue reading →

4. Somebody knows somebody
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Description: This handsome guy, Giant-Carlisle’s dairy category manager Bob Schupper, has just been appointed to a federal dairy industry advisor committee.  US Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, you’ve got a real winner on your hands here. His 25 plus years of … Continue reading →

5. The Tale of Food Lion and the Low Sugar Cereal
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Description: Food Lion is introducing a private-label, low sugar cereal called “Good 4 Kids,” presumably named as such to take advantage of kids hatred of grammar in order to circumvent their love of sugar (high fructose or otherwise). The question is, … Continue reading →

6. Wal-Mart’s Marketside Analysis
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Description: Another great piece from Fresh & Easy Buzz. This one analyzes the approach Wal-Mart now seems to be taking with Marketside as a brand rather than a format. If they roll out the idea of “marketside” nationally now, it bodes … Continue reading →

7. Food Retailers Capitalize on Resolution Marketing; What else is new?
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Description: Its January again, and that means its time for the cabal of Grocery Retail journalist outlets to highlight merchandising and promotions aimed at New Years resolution-ists. This is getting a little old. Supermarket News has been around how long? And … Continue reading →

8. Ring Bros. Needs to Update Their Image
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Description: From Progressive Grocer Ring Bros., a Massachusetts based independent, is implementing a Retail Enterprise Suite from Episys to “further improve communication” with their customers. Please think about hiring a designer or even using 99designs.com to update your image a bit. … Continue reading →

9. Director of Merchandising Leaves Tesco’s Fresh & Easy
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Description: Fresh & Easy’s revolving door management team has been hit again. Reported by Fresh & Easy Buzz. Jim Jensen was director of Fresh Foods at F&E and has supposedly joined Brian Pugh (former F&E VP of Retail Operations) at Walgreens. … Continue reading →

10. Wegmans Reveals East Ave Overhaul
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Description: Long speculated, Wegmans has revealed its plans to overhaul one of its few remaining urban stores, East Avenue in Rochester. The current site is only 44,000 square feet and is a remnant of Wegmans pre-expansionist days when their sights were … Continue reading →