THE FIRST BOOK OF SUPERMARKETS by Jeanne Bendick
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THE FIRST BOOK OF SUPERMARKETS

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A wonderful idea- why hasn't it been done before? Here we see the supermarkets with their 3-4000 items, with the special services they give, with all the departments (meat, groceries, fruit and vegetables, frozen foods, dairy products, delicatessen, and household equipment) and the answers to the How -- Whence -- Why. Children ask endless questions; here are many of the answers, far more than most adults could answer for themselves. A modern way of marketing, geared to the customers' convenience, is given its due.

Pub Date: Oct. 15th, 1954
Publisher: Franklin Watts