With sales of eyewear and eye care medications being driven by an aging population, supermarkets are encouraged to reevaluate their eye care space
Supermarkets should give eye care, which includes over-the-counter medications and corrective eyewear, a second look. Except for the contact lens segment, eye care in general is posting positive sales numbers, boosted by an aging population and consumers' tendency to self-treat eye problems. The element of fashion also comes into play with increasing eyeglass sales, which some retailers see as deserving of more space than a simple spinner rack. While many grocers include the minimum space ...
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