U.S. retailers can seek inspiration from abroad

U.S. retailers can seek inspiration from abroad

The juggernauts of change in food retailing — consumer behavior, technology, alternative formats — can leave any grocer gasping for air, but some industry experts suggest companies can catch their breath by adapting through innovation.

“Progressive retailers need to be in continual experimentation in order to be ready for changes ahead,” said Neil Stern, senior partner with McMillanDoolittle in Chicago. His McMillanDoolittle colleague, senior consultant Ted Zittell, will present

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