Into the future

Lewis, Len
July 1997
Progressive Grocer;Jul97, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p45
Trade Publication
Focuses on how supermarkets should respond to the different needs of people of different generations. Consequence of not recognizing the customer evolution and the need to rejuvenate the shopping experience to retailers; Phil Lempert and Faith Popcorn's views on how should the supermarket industry be preparing for the changes; Concept of servicing consumers with a nutritionist; Concern on the needs of children.


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