Dollar Sales $388,557,800; % Change From Last Year -12.79 pplies. Consumer acceptance of digital cameras and printing services has opened doors of opportunity for retailers, but traditional photo supply categories have suffered. Photo supplies in the food channel declined 12.79% to $388.6 million in the 52 weeks ended June 13. In 2002, supplies were down 9.77% for the food channel, and by the end of 2003 had decreased another 11.58% to $418.1 million. Conventional and instant film ...

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