EDLP


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AcronymDefinition
EDLPEstudiantes de la Plata (Argentine sports club)
EDLPPaderborn/Lippstadt (airport code; Germany)
EDLPEvery Day Low Prices
EDLPEducational Leadership and Policy Studies (university course; various locations)
EDLPÉcuries de la Princesse (French: Stables of Princess; horses)
EDLPEducational Department of Liaoning Province (China)
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This forms the basis of what McMillon said he and Jet.com cofounder Marc Lore, who is now head of Walmart e-commerce, are calling EDLP 2.0.
As EDLP and convenience-oriented retailers such as Walmart, Amazon and dollar retailers continue to improve their health care services, widen their grocery area and expand store locations, Walgreens could grow more susceptible to fill-in cross-shopping at these retailers.
In other words, EDLP is Wal-Mart's DNA and it better be the same for vendors.
Grocers' defense moves included trying special end caps, selling a few top-moving HBA items at a loss to recapture business and, in Publix's case, moving to EDLP in health and beauty.
Samaha, who was appointed CEO last September, is convinced that EDLP is the answer.
Tickers featured: ADM, BG, CAG, CPB, EDLP, GIS, GKIS, HNZ, HSY, K, KFT, MCD, PPC, SFD, SLE, TSN, WMT.
Even though many supermarkets have been moving from High/Low pricing to EDLP or EveryDayLowPricing, shoppers tell us that everyday low pricing is the reason they go to Wal-Mart, Target, or club stores.
In recent years, some consumer products' firms have made attempts to replace or sharply reduce the use of sales promotion, including coupons and sales, with everyday low prices (EDLP).
Harris believes the growing financial and accounting difficulties in dealing with conventional trade deals may have been among factors that prompted Rochester, N.Y.-based supermarket Wegmans to adopt an EDLP strategy in 2002.
EDLP (every day low price) shoppers drive further and shop less often, but they buy more on each visit.