Single-use cameras have moved into the supermarket summer promotion spotlight. As chains have seen the popularity of single-use cameras grow, they have widened product variety and expanded the number of display locations to trigger higher impulse turns, manufacturers and retailers told SN. Clemens Markets, Kulpsville, Pa., has found that merchandising single-use cameras at multiple locations triggers plus sales, said Larry Schimpf, director of nonfood. Clemens, whose single-use-camera ...

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