Fresh Developments

January 2007
Progressive Grocer;1/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p62
Trade Publication
The article provides an update of issues related to food industry and trade in the U.S. Legendary golfer Greg Norman's superpremium Australian 100% Wagyu beef hits the U.S. retail marketplace in all 14 Bristol Farms locations in Southern California and San Francisco. RPCS Inc., the operator of 32 Ramey, Price Cutter, Price Cutter Plus, and Smitty's supermarkets, launched a new "Missouri-made" section in five Springfield-area stores, including locations in Niza and Ozark.


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