As the holiday season gets into swing, retailers are employing two obvious tactics to grow new specialty cheese sales. They're looking to get customers to take a step up to a higher-end cheese, and they're often doing it by cutting cheese into smaller wedges to diminish sticker shock. ā€œIf there's one time you can take customers up to another level, it's during the holidays,ā€ said Tanney Staffenson, advisor to Lamb's Thriftway, Portland, Ore. Lamb's is doing that at one store by bringing its ...

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