Dollar Sales $60,940,010; % Change From Last Year -17.05 ing something is that if it works well, then it is no longer a necessary purchase. Dollar sales of anti-smoking products experienced a decline of 17.05% to $60.9 million in the food channel for the 52 weeks ended June 13. Decreasing numbers in the drug channel were not that significant. Drug stores only saw 1.41% of anti-smoking dollars go up in smoke in the same time period. The deepest decreases in dollar sales in the food channel ...
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