BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Haggen is using a broader selection of colors to trigger impulse sales in housewares. The retailer has incorporated housewares in blue and green to create a more appealing presentation of plasticware, upscale gadgets, cooking implements and kitchen soft goods. "We hope to have new color changes in place at all stores this month as we cut in the newer choices in all segments in bath and kitchen accessories and food storage devices," said Joe Sinkula, former director of ...

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