Retailers are no longer over a barrel in the pickle aisle. New product offerings from major manufacturers and larger jars, along with frequent advertising and trade allowances, are helping to reverse a long-term sales drop and breathe new life into the category. As a result, retailers are no longer thinking of jerkin' their gherkins off the shelves. "Everybody buys pickles because there is a lot of variety. Children love them and our pickle sales are even up a little bit," said Emily G. ...
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