MAULDIN, S.C. -- Bi-Lo here is using its private-label pegged candy program to determine what types of candy should be added to the department. Carol Ensley, private-brands manager at Bi-Lo, told SN the chain is deleting slow-moving items to make room for fast sellers. "We are using [our private-label pegged program] as a testing ground to see which items are and are not moving. We will also use it to switch for holiday items," she said. Ensley said Bi-Lo switched from the branded Farley ...

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