CHERRY HILL, N.J. -- Major supermarkets here, apparently in an effort to boost sales between Halloween and Thanksgiving, focused promotions on a wide variety of high-impulse general merchandise items. Offerings included half-price lightbulb and food storage container promotions, and bakeware and bedding sales, SN found during Nov. 2 visits to a group of competing stores in Cherry Hill, and Voorhees, N.J. Blank video and audio cassette tapes, toys and sell-through home videos also were being ...

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