Dollar Sales $967,273,100: % Change From Last Year -3.27 ue source for supermarkets. The category contributed just over $2 billion in the food, drug and mass channels during the 52 weeks ended June 13. Dollar sales for food, drug and mass have declined slightly since 2002, creeping down 1% or 2% each year. Of that figure, $967.3 million was spent in supermarkets. However, that number shows a 3.27% decline in dollar sales for the category. Dollar sales of internal analgesics declined 1.86% ...

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