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A wholesaler's or manufacturer's primary customer that provides the majority of sales volume.
A metal sheet, usually at the bottom of doors, for protection purposes.
An area dedicated for children's play in a store.
An interactive, video terminal featuring recipes or product locations for customer service.
A price list that includes wholesale/retail costs and advances.
Items prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary law under the guidance of a Rabbi.
A list of the leading 200 supermarket operators and the top 50 convenience store companies, ranked by sales volume.