MIAMI -- The new year fosters renewal among shoppers -- an opportunity supermarkets have not fully realized. It's a period when more consumers are finding the need for a fresh start, to organize their lives or to review their financial position in preparation for tax time. The kids are also getting ready for the second semester. As retailers gather here this week for the annual International School, Home, and Office Products Association (SHOPA) Show, Nov. 15 to 18, they will be evaluating ...
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