STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- Copps Corp. here has "bulked" up its candy business to the tune of more than 300 items. According to Mimi Peck, grocery buyer, Copps introduced a bulk candy department in its newest store in Appleton, Wis. Three other existing stores also have been outfitted with the section. Executives at the 18-store chain scoped out bulk candy programs in other markets and decided they should give it a go, Peck said. "We always thought bulk was a good idea, so we put it in our ...

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