Turning the corner

Tosh, Mark
January 1999
Progressive Grocer;Jan99, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on how independent supermarket operator Premier Foods was able to double sales at its year-old Orlando, Florida store with help from primary supplier Supervalu Inc. Premier Foods' main competitors; Challenge of building customer awareness of the store; Store design and layout; Strength of produce and meat sales.


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