SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper Supermarkets this month is completing the rollout of expanded toy sections and upscale kitchen gadgets in 50 to 60 stores of the 81-unit chain. The retailer is merchandising a larger toy variety and establishing new toy sections to help stimulate impulse sales. "Whether in the cereal aisle or on power panels, toys are high-impulse items that represent sales potential for supermarkets," said Bob Hunt, director of general merchandise and health and beauty ...

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