SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- Supermarkets committed to general-merchandise offerings are finding the effort is paying off, according to statistics published in a new report by ACNielsen U.S. here. f drug retailers, who, with a 7.7% rise in general-merchandise dollar sales, took a 14.6% share for the same period, according to ACNielsen. Coming as no surprise, mass merchandisers took the biggest chunk of the $31.2 billion category for the period. They registered 70.3% of general-merchandise dollar ...

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