Point of no return

Medelson, Seth
October 1999
Progressive Grocer;Oct99, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p124
Trade Publication
Discusses the space needed by non-food products in supermarkets and groceries. Why enough space for non-foods is important; Effect of putting enlarged non-foods section at the front of the store; Emphasis on the space and prominence of grocery products.


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