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ProMat 2013, which took place Jan. 21-24 at McCormick Place in Chicago, gave attendees an inside look at some of the newest supply chain solutions provided by material handling and logistics equipment manufacturers.
For beverage containers on the shelf, standing out tends to be the name of the game. To create a differentiated shelf presence, beverage packages often flaunt different shapes, materials and styles.
For cold and flu season, allergy season and everything in between, drug stores provide consumers with the advice and relief they need for their ailments.
For brands with a rich history, the challenge often is to find fresh ways to stay relevant to new generations of consumers.
“It can be intimidating to walk down that wine aisle,” says Danny Brager, vice president of beverage alcohol for Nielsen, New York. “There are so many items, sometimes it’s difficult to navigate down the aisle because you just see this sea of bottles.”
Although aging is part of life, Hilmar Ingredients, Hilmar, Calif., offers an ingredient that can help consumers age gracefully.
With the chill of winter upon us, some days you might just want to curl up under a warm blanket with a piping-hot cup of hot chocolate in your hands.
The classic fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” teaches people that beauty comes from within.
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This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants.