Richard Turcsik

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Richard Turcsik

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Lidl Looms Large

With a format emphasizing quality perishables and award-winning, upscale private label at rock-bottom prices, hard-discount retailer Lidl is preparing to take America by storm.

Heating Up The Barbecue

More than a dozen of the nation's most prominent barbecue joints gathered at Madison Square Park in New York City to serve gourmet barbecue food.

Supermarkets need to do a better job of maintaining their plants.

Supermarkets rewrite the real estate playbook by opening stores in revived downtowns and regional malls.

An exciting assortment of new foods were on display at SIAL in Toronto.

Legislation may dampen the bottled water surge.

Brilliant ideas, a plethora of the latest and greatest items in snacking, and merchandising riches will be bestowed upon attendees of the 2017 Sweets & Snacks Expo.

Retailers need to make shopping with coupons a bit more user-friendly.

The plethora of innovative products launched at this year's Seafood Expo North America is music to seafood lovers' ears.

Between its Supercenter, Neighborhood Market, Sam’s Club and traditional discount store concepts, more consumers buy groceries at a Walmart store than anywhere else.

Campbell's Grand Stand for Schools program has replaced its Labels for Education program.

A properly merchandised selection of olive oils can help drive center store traffic.

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