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Merchandise

All movable goods such as cars, textiles, appliances, etc. and 'f.o.b.' means free on board.

Merchandise

Any and all movable products that a company intends to sell, especially at the retail level.

merchandise

an alternative term for a GOOD or COMMODITY.
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The number of merchandisers employed by the beer distributor is increasing every year.
19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chloe + Isabel, the innovative e-commerce jewelry brand, today announced the launch of a new online platform for its network of merchandisers.
As grocers look to entice consumers with higher-end prepared foods, industry experts say they are looking for smaller heated merchandisers that can be located in multiple areas of the store, depending on the time of day and customer demand, among other factors.
Contact: Carlotta Mast, editor-in-chief Natural Foods Merchandiser 303.
Our team chose both Visual Merchandiser and OrderPad for its ease-of-use, its quick set-up, and its intuitive user interface.
I'm very excited that Retail Merchandiser is the media partner for RILA's environmental sustainability conference," said Mike Kelly, president of RedCoat Publishing.
Merchandiser-by-Category benefits merchants by making the use of merchandiser data easier to receive and use.
The Market Overview is produced jointly by The Natural Foods Merchandiser and its San Diego-based sister publication, Nutrition Business Journal, a leading source of market research and strategic business information for manufacturers and suppliers in the nutrition industry.
March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- TEN Magazines, a visionary industry leader in contextual marketing, recently introduced their new IPG Merchandiser Pro, a cutting-edge product-information delivery system.
For example, a merchandiser can target mice as accessories for notebook computers by a key selling feature such as Bluetooth, the wireless standard.
These products are distributed nationally and in all trade channels, with the majority of sales originating from the grocery, food service and mass merchandiser segments of the market.