Retailer Profiles

June 2014
Gourmet Retailer;Jun2014 Supplement Free-Form Sourcebook, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several food industry retailers. Some of them include Hannford Bros., Niskayuna Co-op, and Whole Foods Market. Hannaford Bros. offers free demos on nutrition in New York and New England. Niskayuna is focusing on specialty foods. Whole Foods Market Inc. is a leader in guiding customers on special diets.


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