By bringing in an array of hard and soft goods for infants and toddlers, retailers are hoping to pull shoppers back into their baby aisles and show that supermarkets can offer one-stop shopping convenience at a reasonable price. Strollers, infant carriers, baby swings, children's clothing, high chairs and other items that never were found in a grocery store are now lining up to do battle with mass merchandisers and superstores. A&P, Montvale, N.J., is one chain that has rolled out a ...

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