Multi-purpose eye-care solutions and daily lubricants sold at neighborhood supermarkets are part of the convenience, simplicity and comfort that contact lens wearers seek in their daily routine. Denny Voight, merchandiser/buyer at Rosauers Supermarkets, Spokane, Wash., said it's important for grocery chains to carry eye-care items because it contributes to the one-stop shopping concept. A large part of eye-care products sold in supermarkets today are devoted to the contact lens disinfectant ...

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