Today's baby needs a new pair of shoes -- and a lot more, too. He's got to accessorize. And for many supermarket chains, it's becoming quite fashionable to expand the baby needs sections in order to mitigate the profit losses they suffer in food, formula and diapers. And expansion is also becoming a more popular option for some due to a continuing deluge of new products, according to retailers contacted by SN. Indeed, Junior looks just smashing as he sashays out of the store with the latest ...

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