WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union plans to expand the merchandising of larger plasticwares and household-cleaning implements in high-traffic paper-goods and household-cleaning aisles at 60 additional stores this year. The approach has worked well in 20 stores for the past year. Displaying plasticwares on the top shelf tier of the paper-goods aisle, and small cleaning products on skybars over the household cleaning section increased visibility and impulse movement. Plastic laundry baskets, ...
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