Supermarket retailers might learn a thing or two themselves as many schools re-open this year with new vending machine choices, more healthful lunch menus and new attitudes about childhood obesity. How these changes will influence students' purchase behavior out of the classroom is the question on the blackboard. There are opportunities for traditional retailers, said Laurie Klein, vice president of Just Kid, a Stamford, Conn., research company. As a result of the changes, manufacturers ...

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