Some retailers are finding that imports and premium beers are catching consumers' attention. At Brookshire Grocery Co., Tyler, Texas, endcaps and displays that cross merchandise beer with other summer products are being used to promote both imports and premium domestics, according to Sam Anderson, director of public relations. "Imports have increased by double digits in recent years," agreed Ross Nixon, vice president of merchandising for Dahl's Food Markets, Des Moines, Iowa. "We take ...
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