When it comes to offering larger packages of paper products, one word dominates all discussions: space. Supermarkets with ample space are actively merchandising large packs, finding room on the shelves for everything from 12-packs of bathroom tissue to huge club packs of paper towels. Buyers for smaller stores, meanwhile, told SN the best they can do, typically, is squeeze in some larger individual packs, such as rolls of paper towels with significantly more sheets. There are two basic, ...

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