Progressive Grocer

JAN 2017

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50 | Progressive Grocer | Ahead of What's Next | January 2017 Store of the Month Coborn's Marketplace, Isanti, Minn. So much so, in fact, that Coborn's has already incor- porated features from the ground-up Isanti store into the "very comprehensive" October 2016 remodel of its Sartell, Minn., store, which first opened in 2006. "As consumers' choices have widened and their wants and needs evolve, we are evolving with that. Today's consumers have many choices, and their interest in quicker, healthier meal options continues to grow. We've positioned this store to meet that demand," Host says. "So, as consumer demands and choices are evolving, we see the need to strategically position ourselves differently to meet those demands and evolve our formats to continue to be relevant." And in doing so, Coborn's Marketplace in Isanti offers the community a special shopping experience. "e look and feel of the store is unique, and our store team is highly engaged with our guests," Host says, "supporting them with terrific food options as well as deep knowl- edge about what we sell." PG full S ervice The i santi store's cheesemonger offers advice to a shopper looking for the perfect specialty cheese. r ead about dietitian services at c oborn's Marketplace in i santi at c oborns r D. PALLET GUARDS 80 BASE SIZES ANTI-MICROBIAL STORAGE DUNNAGE RACKS Premier Producer of Economical, Plastic Bases, Fixtures & Merchandisers in North America. 60 GALLON RECYCLE BINS

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