It's time for sun care to come out of the dark.
According to suppliers polled by SN, supermarkets can better compete with mass merchandisers by changing the way they handle sun care products. This can mean everything from offering a larger variety of products to creating more shelf space and visible displays.
"There is opportunity with sun care or related products," said Robert Burkland, executive vice president of Panama Jack, Pompano Beach, Fla., at the 1995 Exclusively HBA Trade Show ...
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