Solutions for living

Tarnowski, Joseph
October 2006
Progressive Grocer;10/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 14, p31
Trade Publication
The article features the new lifestyle store of Safeway in Boulder, Colorado. The store is the latest iteration of the Lifestyle format of the company, with some new enhancements and additions over previous formats. Safeway developed the store to become a center for food consumers on the move, and on the prowl for meals at any given time of the day. An A-framed roof highlights the entrance, and it is there, at the entrance, where the commitment of Safeway to merchandising freshness begins.


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