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Photos — Apple merchandising ideas

They say a photo's worth a thousand words. We still believe strongly in words, but we're also big fans of photos, particularly when it comes to merchandising inspiration.

Wet Rack Wisdom — Crisping Checklist

Brian Dey's first series of columns for PMG focused on making the wet rack the masterpiece it is meant to be. As a refresher, here are a pair of checklists for the best practices he outlined.

Grapefruit fun facts for point-of-sale material

With the reputation of citrus for strengthening the body's immune system, you know that shoppers are going to be doing a double-take on grapefruit. Take advantage by adding some of these grapefruit fun facts.

Building produce displays that make an impact

What makes a shopper buy more fresh produce? Sure, ads might get them into your store, but once the customer is there, how do you capture every possible sales opportunity?

New! See the March/April issue of the new PMG

Have you seen the new PMG magazine yet? It's the successor of Produce Retailer and our resource for the front-line folks who are merchandising produce and creating strategies to sell more.

VIDEO — Cinco de Mayo display inspiration for produce departments

What are your plans to take advantage of Cinco de Mayo in the produce department?

Building a culture of creativity in your produce departments

From dollar stores to supercenters and every format in between, retailers know they need to deliver a positive, unique and memorable experience. Many find that letting their people get creative is part of the puzzle.

Letter from the Editor — Welcome to PMG!

As you have probably figured out by now – especially if you've seen the cover of our March/April magazine – we have embarked on the next leg of the journey in our produce retail coverage.

Jeff Cady of Tops Friendly Markets — 2020 Produce Retailer of the Year

Jeff Cady rarely misses an opportunity to get better, and that approach has served him well as director of produce and floral for Williamsville, N.Y.-based Tops Friendly Markets.