The preliminary findings of the American Greetings Research Council's research on the marketing of vitamins have been released. Here are some of the findings: cines. Several retailers across channels are using fixtures and brochures to educate consumers. Supermarkets with pharmacies sell a lot more vitamins than those without pharmacies. Sales of mineral supplements for the same period were almost $514 million, while sales in a second category (which included homeopathic remedies and ...

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