ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Carr Gottstein Foods has cut a 4-foot baby toy section into its baby health and beauty care department at three stores. It has plans to go chainwide with the concept. "Putting baby and infant toys into baby HBC has increased exposure and generated plus sales for these toys," said Gary Schloss, vice president of general merchandise. As a result of this move, sales of baby toys, which have been merchandised in the toy department, jumped 20%. The toy sets consist of 25 ...

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