SAN DIEGO -- The nonfood pet care category is digging its claws even further into supermarket aisles, as evidenced by the various toys and flea remedies being shopped around at this year's General Merchandise Distributors Council GM Marketing Conference here earlier this month. According to buyers and suppliers, the wealth of pet care vendors at the conference earlier this month was appropriate, given what they said was the category's growth potential in the grocery channel. In addition, ...

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