SUMMIT, N.J. -- Gerber Products wants to lead the baby aisle and keep parents shopping there longer, so the company, a division of Novartis Consumer Health here, has introduced several new food and nonfood items. The company has also made a dramatic change to its 4-ounce juice, using plastic instead of the glass Gerber has been using for 40 years. On Feb. 5, 2001, Gerber will introduce eight new flavors in its Second Foods line, and more. Its organic, premium Tender Harvest line, which is ...

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