Re-costuming old friends

Hoffman, Genee
June 1999
Progressive Grocer;Jun99, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p104
Trade Publication
Comments on the package resizing theory `bigger is better, smaller is smarter.' How the era of Resize Marketing started; Changes in consumer preferences in the United States.


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