Supermarkets are throwing a party and everyone's invited. Fred Meyer, Giant Eagle, Harris Teeter, Hy-Vee, Ralphs, Stop & Shop and Wegmans are some of the retailers currently devoting substantial space to party goods in their stores. The shift toward more at-home entertaining, throwing juvenile parties at home and the burgeoning popularity of themed parties are contributing factors in the growing demand for party centers in supermarkets, said industry sources. Accessory items such as ...
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