Progressive Grocer

JAN 2017

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January 2017 | progressivegrocer.com | 45 the store sliced and diced to their precise specifications, from potatoes for hash browns and cabbage for slaw to crudités for entertaining. "Shoppers are aspirational," Host says. "It's all about aspiration with ease." Also available is an extensive line of fresh juices, made on premise from fruits and vegetables, using recipes targeting specific nutritional demands. Plus kids can grab a free apple or banana from a kiosk, standing at the perfect height, to snack on while shopping with their parents. e Flavors of the World cheese case features a huge variety of domestic and international offerings, curated and administered by a cheese- monger, while the Sushi Kabar counter offers a variety of sushi prepared fresh daily. Ready, Chef, Go! Enhancements continue into the full-service meat department. Isanti's Meat Market boasts a 65-foot counter, "our largest service meat case in the com- pany," Host says. Among the items are Certified Hereford Beef selections, plus an in-house pitmas- ter mans the smoker that churns out ribs, chicken, Continued on page 48 ma R ket d R iven High ceilings and rustic trim set the tone in the produce department, making the Farmers' m arket true to its name. your partner in the retail environment See The Future of Dynamic Digital Signage 7 feet NO annoying bezels All your content in one new screen Tebo has partnered with LG to bring you a one of a kind digital signage format for the grocerant space. Ultra-stretch 86BH5C is a new signage format with 58:9 widescreen that can display digital dynamic content in ways not yet seen. This screen is a work of structural art in itself that can be seen as digital décor, and will increase your bottom line. Joe Michaels tebostorefixtures.com 5771 Logan St. Denver, CO. 802216 800.525.2646 [email protected] Ultra Stretch Signage 86BH5C

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