Better-quality general merchandise with higher price points is occupying the seasonal aisles at some supermarkets this fourth quarter. Retailers polled by SN said they hope to pull impulse sales from holiday shoppers by offering upgraded lines that include plush toys, home entertainment electronics and specialty giftware. In addition to buying better-quality merchandise that carries slightly higher price tags, retailers are increasing selection and variety of these lines. "We'll go more ...

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