Richard Turcsik

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Richard Turcsik

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BJ's Wholesale Club Launches Two Private Label Websites

The websites highlight the quality and value of the membership club's Berkley Jensen and Wellsley Farms brands

Going to the Dogs

Community-minded retailers like Big Y, Dierbergs and Safeway are teaming up with suppliers to raise donations for pet charities -- and drive traffic to center store.

Supermarkets should utilize solar panels in their parking lots

If not watched closely, private label products can end up in the wrong hands.

By promoting National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, Kings created an impulse sale.

Direct-to-consumer meal kits are transforming the overall shopping experience.

As the meal kit phenomenon grows, retailers can take simple steps to ensure they stay in the mix.

During the Dog Days of summer, retailers should market their air-conditioned stores and frozen food departments to help customers chill out.

A bad experience with a retailer can instantly erase years of loyalty.

Amazon’s Whole Foods purchase and Lidl’s entry will forever change the supermarket landscape.

With quality perishables, commitment to local products and outstanding customer service, SHOP ‘n SAVE juices up the Cranberry Township supermarket scene.

A collection of fireworks – where legal – can spark impulse sales.

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