Scanning data shows that supermarkets successfully peddled $50.8 million worth of novelty candy in the 52 weeks ended May 22, 1994, up 7.9% from the year before. The increase exceeded that of mass merchants; chain drug stores saw a slight decrease. A sales breakdown is below.
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