SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores will roll out a new and larger cough-and-flu floor merchandiser to 20 stores by October. It's expected the new display fixture can build 20% higher sales during the heavy fall and winter cough-and-cold season, according to Art Bundy, director of nonfood. The merchandising fixture's larger display size will double last year's off-shelf cold-and-flu product assortment. It alerts shoppers with four-sided header signs, which identify it as "Harps ...

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