Supermarket FAQs:


Q: Are supermarkets located in suburban strip shopping centers as an anchor store along?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a supermarket designed to create a high degree of convenience to the consumer to make the shopping experience pleasant?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a supermarket directly connected to the in-store marketing that supermarkets must conduct in order to get shoppers to spend more money while there?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a supermarket a visual merchandising project that plays a major role?

A: Yes.

Q: Are supermarkets designed to "give each product section a sense of individual difference and this is evident in the design of what are called the anchor departments"?

A: Yes, fresh produce, dairy, delicatessen, meat and the bakery". Each section has different floor coverings, style, lighting and sometimes even individual services counters to allow shoppers to feel as if there are a number of markets within this one supermarket".

Q: Is a supermarket considered by some to consist of a few rules of thumb and three layout principles?

A: Yes.