CHICAGO -- Products coming into the supermarket from other retail channels topped the list of 2001 Pacesetters compiled by Information Resources, Inc., here. The 15 products on the list were chosen when IRI sought to identify the best out of more than 1,000 new product launches over the 2000-2001 time period. Among the products brought into the grocery channel for the first time during that period were Iams dog and cat food from Procter & Gamble, which topped the list, followed by ...

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