After watching mass merchandisers nibble away at their gondola candy sales, supermarkets are attempting to bite back -- with peggable candy products. The pegged products run the gamut of the category, from premium chocolates to nonchocolate two-for-ones, from sugar-free to the sugar-laden, from branded to private label. The industry is taking many of the most popular candy products from the traditional laydown shelves and pegging them up as well for all to see. Indeed, being seen is a ...
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