Here’s a novel concept for a discount grocery store: Build a business model that cuts costs in previously unforeseen ways, then pass the savings onto the consumer. Amazing! With that mindset, it’s bound to be a huge success.
Yeah, I know. It’s not such a new idea. As always, I’m a day late and a dollar short.
But on the bright side, I do eat food, and unless I have a sustainable farm in my backyard (which I don’t), I can become one of the growing number of consumers who are currently benefiting from a smarter way of shopping.
Before I get to the Callemonit, maybe I should describe the modern supermarket I’m referring to and ways they save money. And since I’m not in the business, I will list characteristics based on my personal observations. Continue reading “Aggressive Linear Distibution Implementation – Consumer Callemonit”