Fuel prices have consumers focused on energy-saving lighting products, industry executives told SN. How they are going to respond to the latest volatility in the petroleum market is anybody's guess, but because consumers have seen prices go up as quickly as they've gone down recently, supermarkets can count on a continued sensitivity to the cost of energy. The result, said retailers and wholesalers interviewed during a recent GMDC conference, is the growth of such items as compact ...

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