With the back-to-school season under way and year-end holidays just around the corner, supermarkets are focusing much of their attention on the snack foods category. Everything from potato chips and tortilla chips to meat snacks and even granola bars is being promoted by retailers who work closely with manufacturers to present creative displays and competitive prices to shoppers. In many stores, the typical buy-one, get-one-free promotion has been replaced by mass quantity deals that ...

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