Boxed and fancy chocolates -- a sight for a gourmand's sore eyes -- are giving the candy aisle a new look of indulgence. "People are not denying themselves [chocolate]," said Annearle Morris Klein, category manager for the Northern region of Supervalu, Minneapolis. "There are consumers who feel like they deserve it." Double-digit increases in chocolate sales in Supervalu's Northern region have spurred the wholesaler to devote 10% more space to chocolate than it did a year ago, said Morris ...

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