People are looking at their garbage differently these days, and that's making the environment for selling trash bags stormier than ever. Supermarket retailers across the nation are watching as their category sales and assortments get pushed or pulled in different directions in the wake of new mandatory recycling rules imposed by an increasing number of municipalities. That's not all. The category also is being tossed and turned by more intense price competition between suppliers, who are ...

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