Retailers are finding there's a little less love these days for traditional Valentine's Day chocolates. So, like ardent suitors, Center Store executives are adding diet-sensitive products and employing larger cross-merchandising themes in hopes of wooing their customers to buy at least a little something for their sweethearts. Admittedly, tying in boxed chocolates with items like wine, flowers or even strawberries has spelled moderate success for retailers in previous years. Yet, with the ...

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