CHICAGO -- Health and beauty care items, particularly self-care products, dominated the recently released "New Product Pacesetters 2002: Nonfoods" report from Information Resources Inc., based here. There are more new products flooding the nonfood sector than ever before, according to IRI, and more health and beauty care items than in the past five years. The top four new nonfood products in 2002 were all in the self-care categories, each earning over $100 million in year-one sales, ...
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