Especially when it comes to beauty, teenage girls, ages 13 to 19, are a consumer segment mass retailers, including supermarkets, are beginning to covet. This group's spending power, $48 billion annually, is so awesome that Wal-Mart Stores set up a section called Trend Zone to attract teens. Food chains such as Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y., also are now stocking funky nail polish in flower shapes as well as other cosmetics and bath products for the youth market. Boise, Idaho-based ...

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