Supermarket sales of sun care products are on the rise, and health and beauty care managers have fear to thank for it. More than any merchandising strategy, say HBC buyers now plotting next season's assortments, a proliferation of studies showing what the sun does to skin has driven consumers to sun-protection shelves. "There's more and more information out there every day about skin cancer," said John Amell, HBC buyer for Bi-Lo Wholesale Grocers, Albany, N.Y. He added that managed-care ...
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