Harmons, Sendik’s see lift from fresh-cut

Harmons, Sendik’s see lift from fresh-cut

Harmons and Sendik’s Food Market dedicate a lot of resources to their fresh-cut produce programs and continue to see sales results, the retailers said during an NGA Show panel Monday in Las Vegas.

Harmons, a 16-store retailer in Utah, makes $2 million a quarter in fresh-cut sales, and the category represents 1.8% of total-store sales, said Bob Harmon, VP for the customer, Harmons City.

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