NEW YORK -- Supermarkets can expect a new trade policy from Revlon next year, as well as two new skincare lines for the face. nveiled a list of new trade terms on Oct. 9 that places more responsibility for inventory control on retailers' shoulders. In fact, it has been reported that an overload of inventory at retail partially contributed to Revlon's 17.4% slide in sales last year to $1.86 billion. "Our new approach clearly encourages more efficient practices and procedures throughout the ...

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