Enis, Matthew
October 2004
SN: Supermarket News;Fall2004 Supplement, Vol. 52, p10
Compares the concepts of natural and organic product integration and store-within-a-store. Debate over where the products belong in a traditional supermarket; Factors that contribute to the pressure placed on margins according to manufacturers.


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