PHOENIX -- The shine is on the upper end in hair care. Despite the higher tickets of $4 to $6, vs. 99 cents to $1.49 of value brands, the high-end segment is where sales are being generated, observed supermarket buyers interviewed by SN on hair care trends during the recent General Merchandise Distributors Council's Health and Beauty Care Merchandising Conference here. "It used to be that the growth was in the value-price brands," said Charles Yahn, vice president of merchandising for ...
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