Retailers are weighing the attraction of national brands against the growing demand for value-priced merchandise in their nonfood baby care product sets. While in many stores the baby care customer will not skimp on products for their child, others still face hard economic realities and buy the lower-priced items, retailers said. Among the trends mentioned by nonfood executives interviewed at a recent General Merchandise Distributors Council conference were a growing sophistication in the ...

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