Retailers are learning when to say when. The consumer drivers compelling retailers to stock high-priced diet items are causing a growing number of operators to wonder how much they can financially tolerate. After all, there's very little markup on these already high-priced products, and they offer less-than-stellar returns. For many, it becomes a matter of pure volume. Certain categories like meat, seafood, butter and bacon, which are all high up on a low-carb dieter's shopping list, are ...
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