shelf space

shelf space

the amount of space allocated to a particular product or brand by a wholesaler or retailer. Shelf space is particularly important in the case of consumer goods sold through self-service retail outlets such as SUPERMARKETS, where the amount and location of shelf space devoted to a brand can have a significant impact upon sales volume. See SHELF LIFE.
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When we took a closer look at the amount of shelf space that bunched leeks required, we wanted to come up with an alternative.
The basic purpose of this paper was to know the effect of shelf space arrangements of products on purchase decisions of customers.
Retailers could draw more attention to store brand salty snacks by using end caps, dominating prime shelf space and encouraging employees to recommend store brands.
The makers of a new laundry detergent claim its innovative sheet form means it takes up just a fraction of the shelf space of traditional powders.
The fully-automated building comprises 262 linear kilometres of extra shelf space (enough to stretch from London to Manchester) for the national collection which is expanding at a rate of 12.
The new box design is intended to help shoppers save space in their pantries as well as free up retail shelf space for additional offerings, according to the company.
Cott confirmed last week that it has received notice of a reduction in shelf space and merchandising support for Wal-Mart's private label carbonated soft drinks in the U.
We have added several children's nutrition programs in the last year and needed shelf space for specialized items that we give to parents of small children.
Barbie sales have plunged, retailers are cutting back on shelf space for the doll, and for the first time, a competitor has edged her out as the No.
The watchdog also examined the amount of shelf space given to fruit compared to sweets and crisps.
This will provide retail partners the ability to simplify shelf space by offering a recordable DVD that works with both new and legacy drives.
Concerned that bookstores simply do not dedicate enough shelf space and promotional energy to African American children's books, Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, of The Literary, a public relations firm focused on literary ventures, founded the Fair, now in its 12th year.