Convenience, health and diet, and channel-blurring continue to define movement in the Center Store aisles of supermarkets. permarket industry, and is still home to the top-selling products -- carbonated beverages, cereal and salty snacks -- found in the store. The dramatic sales changes in categories like frozen juice, weight-loss drinks, snack nuts and water speak to consumers' calls for foods that meet various health and ease-of-use criteria. Meanwhile, retailers continue to struggle to ...

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