As a result of the above definition, in a conventional grocery store, dry goods are often colloquially titled "center-of-store" items, whereas chilled/frozen items are referred to as "perimeter-of-store" items.
A key differentiator of a traditional vs. supercenter format for a mass merchandiser, such as Wal-Mart or Target, is the significant presence of traditional grocery or drug store items that are not considered dry goods.
KSA SOFT GOODS OUTLOOK IS BULLISH ON MEN'S WEAR; REPORT PREDICTS 5 PERCENT GROWTH IN UNITS BUT PEGS E-TAILING AT 3 PERCENT OF MARKET.
Jan 03, 2000; NEW YORK -- KSA has seen the future and it looks good for soft goods. The year 2000 looks good for retailers, especially men' s...