Christmas is the season for candy sales, according to retailers contacted by SN, who pulled out a bag filled with ideas for keeping this year's sales going strong. Displaying candy in high-traffic areas, cross-merchandising it with the floral department and using multiple unit pricing were among the strategies retailers said they would use to generate Christmas candy sales. While most retailers said they would be carrying the traditional holiday fare -- year-round favorites wrapped in ...

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