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Tuesday, May 03, 2016 Vol. 80 No. 1


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01 |Digital Edition
02 |Front Lines
03 |The Goods
04 |The Goods Submissions


05 |Classifieds
06 |Request Product Info
07 |Young Retailer Award
08 |Article Archive
09 |BuZZ!
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11 |Wells on Twitter
12 |Store Layout
13 |Digital Catalogs
14 |Trade Show Calendar
15 |Hard Goods Distributors
16 |Media Kit 2016
17 |Subscriptions


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May 2016 Issue

Features
Getting the Party Started | Ellen C. Wells
A tutorial for throwing your own Farm to Table-style shindig.

Behind the Variety: Where’s the Beef Eggplant? | Katie Elzer-Peters
Cater to the foodie movement with Burpee Home Gardens’ new Meatball eggplant.



Consumer Buzz
Embracing Imperfection | Ann-Marie Vazzano
Whole Foods is hoping to appeal to consumers’ softer side by giving them the chance to buy “ugly” produce that might otherwise never see the light of day.

Paper or Plastic? | Ann-Marie Vazzano
More consumers are reaching for the plastic when making purchases less than $5, according to a CreditCards.com report.



Columns
Spending and Saving | Ellen C. Wells
Ditch the double tea bag.

Keeping It Light for May | Amanda Thomsen
Get rid of your fax machine. It’s 2016.




Profit Planet

You can work your heart out to sell an additional $100 in green goods—or cut your needless expenses by $50 with the same result.
The Friel World

Resisting discounts sounds good, but isn’t always practical.


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