Dollar Sales $2,790,130,000 % Change From Last Year 10.72 ion in food, drug and mass outlets combined for the 52 weeks ended June 13. In supermarkets alone, the sales increase was 10.7%; the grocery channel accounted for $2.8 billion of total sales. However, the sales increases in grocery have slipped a bit since calendar year 2003, when the growth was 11.2%, as well as calendar year 2002, when the growth was 11.5%. Convenience/PET still water was a favorite of supermarket shoppers over ...

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