WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. -- As the cough and cold season took hold here, a Tops store carried the broadest selection in the category among retailers competing at an intersection in this Buffalo suburb. The unit, located at Maple and Transit Roads, devoted 24 linear feet almost exclusively to cough and cold merchandise, and another 10 feet to allergy products. In addition, the store positioned two end-aisle cough and cold displays in proximity to each other in the nonfood section, SN observed ...
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