SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Harps Food Stores here is planning a chainwide rollout of an expanded skin care section with higher price point items. Traditionally, Harps has carried more low-end skin care products such as Suave and Vaseline Intensive Care lotions, which retail for about $2.95. Retail prices on the new facial and hand-body items slated for the section will average between $4 and $5, said Sam Richardson, health and beauty care director of the 37-store chain. To the 300 stockkeeping ...

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