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Using visual merchandising to maximise plant-based sales

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Supermarkets are packed with so many different food and drink items that they can easily seem overwhelming, making it difficult for customers to find the items they want – as well as the things that they don’t yet know they want. So, how can we make aisles and shelves easier for customers to navigate so that they are more likely to make plant-based purchases?

Download our guide and discover the most effective visual merchandising approaches you can take, along with their benefits and challenges to bear in mind.

Using visual merchandising to maximise plant-based sales

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