Progressive Grocer

AUG 2015

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features 52 Fall Holiday Pl anning Going the Extra Yard Tailgating and fall celebrations bring opportunities for grocers to drive whole-store sales. 68 Fiber The Future of Fiber With more studies showing the nutrient's benefts — and consumers who want them — fber-rich and -fortifed products are expanding throughout the store. 94 industry events Mapping Strategies RDs defne value for customers and banners at PG's Retail Dietitian Symposium. refrigerated & frozen 72 yogurt Greek Bearing Gifts Yogurt's latest success story has led to many innovative products and promotions, but what's next for the category? 76 eggs Cracking the Egg Wars Supply and price challenges jostle with rising consumer demand for humanely produced items in this newly re-energized category. fresh food 82 Produce Best Friends Forever Te produce industry unites to inspire lifelong healthy eating habits among kids. 88 Produce category sPotligHt Avocados for Every Appetite Versatility, variety and seasonality fuel sales of this luscious superfood. August 2015 Volume 94, Issue 8 cover story 4 | Progressive Grocer | Ahead of What's Next | August 2015 22 Progressive grocer 's 2015 store design contest Wonder-filled Creative materials, tech-savvy equipment and invigorated rebranding set the tone for a new slate of award winners. grocery 62 candy & snack MercHandising Limited Success Te impending fall and winter holidays prompt a grand rollout of themed items in center store, along with appropriate selling strategies.

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