Dollar Sales $402,655,200 % Change From Last Year 2.82 comes to sales of refrigerated side dishes, with servings much larger than the competing drug store and combined food, drug store and mass merchandiser channels. For the 52 weeks ending June 13, the supermarket channel sold nearly $403 million worth, up 2.8% from calendar year 2003, when sales were $402 million. Calendar year 2002 sales were also strong; likewise, unit sales grew at double digits for 2002 and 2003. In the drug channel ...

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