Turcsik, Richard; Summerour, Jenny
December 2000
Progressive Grocer;Dec2000, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p9
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on grocery trade in the United States as of December 2000. Information on the opening of Giant Eagle stores in Columbus, Ohio; Importance of stickers to the operation of groceries; Acquisition of laundry cleaners Oxydol and Biz by the company Redox Brands.


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