Expectations are running high for strong supermarket sales in housewares in 1995. Retailers said a healthier economy should make it easier for shoppers to spend more money on high-impulse housewares products. When consumers do buy housewares, supermarkets are betting they will be looking for quality and value. "With an improved economy, we're upgrading housewares with more upscale choices in better lines. Consumers may gravitate toward better quality items," said Richard Sizemore, nonfood ...

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