Like cats and dogs together

Snyder, Glenn
February 2008
Progressive Grocer;2/1/2008, Vol. 87 Issue 2, p58
Trade Publication
The article highlights a roundtable discussion among executives and retailers in the pet category. Bruce Striggow, general merchandise (GM) and grocery category manager at Haggen Inc., explained how he manages both the pet foods and nonfoods category at Haggen. Bob Shipley, of Hartz Mountain, discussed the significance of trading space. Nikki Jordan, GM category manager at Bi-Lo, described how they decide the amount of space they provide for each category.


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