Resets, piled-high displays and new flavors keep cheese sales spreading throughout the store.
Even as prices climb and consumers rein in spending, retailers are having no trouble selling cheese. Granted, they're putting a tighter focus on the versatile category, educating consumers, taking advantage of manufacturers' promotions and, in some cases, just trimming margins on selected cheeses each week. ACNielsen's figures for the 52 weeks ending May 17 show sales up for UPC packaged cheese in supermarkets. Supermarket delis have gone ahead with plans to expand specialty cheese ...
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