Wisconsin Grocer Magazine

Wisconsin Grocer magazine – This members only, quarterly magazine has the look and feel of national magazine with the benefits of locally written articles.  

Advertisers reach their targeted audience of key grocery industry decision-makers in Wisconsin’s grocery industry. The Wisconsin Grocer magazine is circulated to 750 WGA Members including: independent grocery store owners, corporate store managers, warehouse executives, and representatives from brokers, manufacturers, distributors and more!  View the Media Card for advertising sizes, rates and specification.   

Questions?  Please contact Cheryl Lytle at cheryl@wisconsingrocers.com

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Spring Issue 2017
Two feature articles include:  
  • Out with the Old; In with the New  – 52% of retailers who responded to the 2017 WGA’s Retail Member survey say they plan to purchase new cases within the next two or three years. Cases can come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and purposes. They can be refrigerated, frozen, or just display as all cases should showcase the food it displays. It can also change the way you do business, ie: service or self-service. This article will share some options to consider when making a case investment.  

  • Kinda-Home Cooked Meals – Americans are expected to replace more of their home-cooked meals with convenient meals prepared away from home. The quest for healthier and more convenient meals is not without challenges. Consumers continue to wrestle with issues of time and money when deciding where to get their next meal. As a result, they have started seeking alternatives to in-home meal preparation. Over the next decade, Americans are expected to replace even more of their homemade meals with convenient alternatives. Here are some solutions to consider! 

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Winter Issue 2016

The Winter issue includes an Innovation Expo review, 2016 Year End Reviewand much more! 
Expo Issue 2016

Win Big at the 2016 Expo on October 11 & 12, 2016 at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, WI.   This issue includes Award Winner bios, seminar details, Sponsor Spotlights and much more!
Summer Issue 2016

Employee Fraud - What is is and how you can prevent it.  An excellent article every store retailer should review.  Plus Legislative Report Card and the Score Newsletter featuring the 2016 Grocery Industry Golf Outing!   
Spring Issue 2016

You'll find informative articles on Energy Savings and how to "Fire Up Frozen Foods Sales". Brandon Scholz's President's Column featuring "R & R: Rights and Responsibilities", which gives you something to think about prior to next week's Wisconsin Spring Election.  Plus,Business Partner profiles! 
Winter Issue 2015

Articles include: Insurance for small business review plus ideas on how to save on premiums, plus prevention tips. Expo Review - Recap the WGA Innovation Expo including hundreds of photos, award winners and more!   Year End Report – See the long list of successes helping WGA members in 2015!

Expo Issue 2015

Everything Expo!   Details including speakers, educational seminars, sponsor spotlights, honoree profiles, Expo schedule and more!  Plus sponsors and exhibitors spotlight ads!

Summer Issue 2015

"Customer Loyalty: Putting the pieces together" feature showcasing ProLogic, WGA's newest Recommended Business Partner, along with "Meat of the Matter" article. A special SCORE Newsletter section features a review of the WGA's Grocery Industry Golf Outing, including all team photos. You will also find traditional information as: President's Perspective, Government Affairs Update, Member Events & Happenings and much more!
Spring Issue 2015

Locally written articles on "Brewing up New Growler Legislation on Tap" and "The egg really is incredible". Keep caught up with the WGA with columns from Brandon Scholz, President & CEO; Dave Kotwitz, Executive Director of the WGA Education & Scholarship Foundation and Mark Stellpflug, WGA's newest Membership Services Rep. You'll also receive a review of Grocers in The Capitol Day and Member Events and Happenings. 
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