Supermarkets are catering to the needs of the growing number of people who are working at home and spending an estimated $69 billion on home office supplies. Retailers are creating the departments to help prevent sales from eroding to large office supply specialty stores and mass merchandisers. Most sections feature folders and portfolios, upgraded notebooks and day planning books, pens and related merchandise at fairly competitive pricing. "People are becoming more interested in home ...

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