Supermarket retailers and wholesalers continue to face competitive pricing and an onslaught of new products in health and beauty care as they begin the first quarter of the new year. Nonfood executives polled by SN said they intend to stay competitive by adopting more aggressive pricing policies that will enable them to contend with the fierce market pressures from other retailing in HBC merchandising. "A continuing priority will be to make sure our advertised specials are at very ...

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