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Bavota, Michael F.
March 2007
Progressive Grocer;3/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p54
Trade Publication
This article presents tips for setting up an attractive seafood counter. According to the author, the seafood staff should assemble the display from the customer's view and not from behind the counter. He said displays should be set at an angle of about 45 degrees from the grocery's entrance, for it to stand out the moment customers enter the store. He noted that as customers buy seafood with their eyes, display cases should look 100% full, even when it is not.


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