Smart deliberations and thoughtful planning are crucial to a supermarket's front-end sales success. Products shelved there have evolved to include produce, magazines, batteries, film and other general merchandise, but the paramount item is still candy. Retailers expect to capture the majority of their candy sales at the checkstand, the creme de la creme of impulse locations. In order to grab those sales, supermarket executives agreed they must keep the section well-stocked and carefully ...
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