On a roll

Heller, Walter; Turcsik, Richard
March 2000
Progressive Grocer;Mar2000, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p109
Trade Publication
Reports on the performance and growth of the bakery departments in United States supermarkets, according to the 2000 survey of the `Progressive Grocer' periodical. Number of bakery units that were added and renovated; Problems faced by bakery departments; Sales in the bread and roll segment.


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