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International Dairy •Deli • Bakery Association IDDBA’s Show of Shows ❖ Get first-hand info on trends and issues facing your business ❖ Meet targeted buyers and merchandisers ❖ Get the jump on your competition by hearing about what’s new before they do ❖ See new products, packaging, and services President George W. Bush Rachael Ray Recipe for Success Stephen Dubner Superfreakonomics: Unexpected Solutions Daniel Burrus Technology-Enabled Innovation Harry Balzer Eating Patterns in America Harold Lloyd Catching the Wave of Change ❖ Learn new marketing strategies based on the latest research and trends ❖ Network with the decision makers Dr. Rosita Thomas Consumers In The Deli & In The Bakery John Pinette Show Me The Buffet: I’m Starvin’ ❖ Photograph and videotape exciting new merchandising concepts in the Show & Sell Center ❖ Cake Decorating Challenge ❖ New Product Showcase ❖ New research ❖ Hear nationallyknown speakers and industry leaders ❖ It’s the Show of Shows Mike Ditka ACE–Attitude, Character and Enthusiasm Ben Stein Lessons Learned on Life, the Economy & You Whether it’s your first rodeo or your thirty-first, the IDDBA’s Dairy-Deli-Bake 2010 is the “must-see” event in the dairy, deli, and bakery industry. For three days, you’ll rub shoulders with retail buyers and executives, leading manufacturers, brokers, distributors and other decision-makers. The Show of Shows. When time and money are short, you need to choose a conference that brings together the key buyers and merchandisers, the top new products, and the best speakers. The IDDBA offers all that plus a 1500-booth expo, a 10,000 square foot Show & Sell Center (model store), and innovative learning displays. With more than 8,000 attendees, the networking and buying opportunities are the best, bar none. The Big Round Up. Teach & Tell in the Show & Sell. The hundreds of ideas featured in the Show & Sell Center are actionable and ready to be put into play to attract customers and increase your selling opportunities. You can experience first-hand the creativity and imagination of great retailing and innovative ideas. Pick up tip sheets and how-to instructions, plus see great merchandising in action. Sign up for a FREE Photo CD to share your ideas with your team. Wild West to Outer Space. Houston is a wonderful blend of the old west, the space program, and international commerce. It’s a hubbub of shopping, nightlife, the arts, and museums. The Houston Space Center and the galleria make this an international city with a small-town feel. visit • call 608.310.5000 • fax 608.238.6330 • IDDBA P.O. Box 5528 • Madison, WI 53705

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Progressive Grocer - March 2010

Progressive Grocer - March 2010
Table of Contents
Nielsen’s Shelf Stoppers/ Spotlight: Dairy/Yogurt
Green Grocer Awards 2010: Seeing Green
Multicultural Marketing: Use Your Common Census
Harold Lloyd on … “Making a Difference”: The Employee’s First 30 Days: It’s Now or Never
The Lempert Report: Enter the ‘Koodies’
Independent Retailing: Keep Cash Flowing With Trade Terms
Progressive Grocer’s 2010 Meat Operations Review: Value on a Platter
Progressive Grocer’s 2010 Seafood Operations Review: Seafood Hits its Stride
Executive Insight Series: Lasting Impressions: Forward Thinking
Produce: Tracking the Transition to Traceability
Meat: Heinen’s Freshens up Service Benchmarks
Natural/Organic: Nature’s Best on Ice: Natural and Organic Frozen Foods
Frozen/Dairy: Cold and Colder: Trends in Frozen and Dairy
Baby Food: Green to Grow On
Green Promotions: Along for the Ride
Foodservice: Loaded for Bar
Case Study: Clean Carts
What’s Next: Editors’ Picks for Innovative Products

Progressive Grocer - March 2010