Sales of cooking oil sprays are beginning to shine as consumers seeking to reduce their intake of unhealthy fats and cholesterol turn to them as alternatives to pouring oils. Although sprays are not ready to overtake the larger cooking oil business, many retailers interviewed by SN reported that sales are strong or increasing. Manufacturer promotions, prepriced units and shipper displays help stimulate sales, they said. Consumers like the convenience of sprays, and while they have ...

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