A&P banners use merchandising displays that require shoppers to slide a panel to one side in order to remove the desired brand. The device deters a shelf sweep, a common practice in Organized Retail Crime.
A floor sign makes it known that Stop & Shop’s razor section is monitored.
Sending a message
Shelf signs in Stop & Shop’s razor section deliver a warning to would-be shoplifters.
The razor’s edge
A&P razor buyers must turn a knob that releases one package at a time. The device deters a shelf sweep.
Take a card
Stop & Shop has removed baby formula from the shelf. In its place is a display of cards. Shoppers take a card for the brand they want and give it to the cashier, who retrieves the product from a nearby locked display.
Lock & key
All Stop & Shop stores store baby formula in locked displays across from the checkout.
Stop & Shop merchandises razors behind sliding panels that keep product accessible for legitimate shoppers, but deter shelf sweeps.