Supermarkets across the country have become very adept at drawing parents into stores and encouraging mothers of young children to shop more often and for a longer period of time. Some set aside dedicated space for children to play while parents shop, as others offer customer-loyalty programs through baby and kids' clubs. The baby aisle represents a tremendous sales opportunity for retailers. According to Information Resources Inc., Chicago, baby products is a healthy category for ...

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