A few easy tactics help stores get more out of walnuts than just baking sales.
dried fruits & nuts
Offering a variety of non-perishable salad enhancers contributes to the bottom line. Originally printed in the May 2021 issue of Produce Business.
Whether they are whole, raw, roasted, salted, sweetened, coated, slivered or sliced, almonds sold in produce lend themselves to myriad stand-alone or tie-in sales opportunities.
The key to growth in the produce department is in showing their many uses.
These tasty, crunchy nutritional powerhouses are right at home in produce departments where customers come looking for healthful ingredients and fresh, flavorful snacks. Originally printed… Read More
Originally printed in the January 2021 issue of Produce Business. From the lens of a long-ago visit to stores in California to today’s pandemic-driven environment,… Read More
Originally printed in the December 2020 issue of Produce Business. Traditional nuts can increase sales, bring festive mood to produce aisles. Chestnuts are about as… Read More
Originally printed in the October 2020 issue of Produce Business. Effective merchandising of “Everyday Snack” can bring profits to produce departments.
Originally printed in the September 2020 issue of Produce Business. Sales for in-shell pistachios stay strong, and kernel sales continue to grow, providing plenty of… Read More
Originally printed in the August 2020 issue of Produce Business. Healthy, tasty and functional; the opportunities to increase dried fig sales go far beyond the… Read More