Traffic-building general merchandise promotions are no longer dependent on selling the cheap stuff. While in-and-out programs have gained ground, continuities remain a desirable option for many supermarkets. However, for both, quality and value are the watchwords, according to supermarket executives, vendors and other industry observers interviewed during and after the International Home & Housewares Show in Chicago last month, which included the first Promotions in Motion exhibition ...

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