New Year's Day is upon us and, as usual, many people will make a resolution for 1996. And, as usual, most resolutions will be forgotten before the first workday of the year. But there's one resolution the industry should both make and keep in mind this year: The resolve should be to keep an eye on the continuing phenomenon of trade-channel blurring; or, to be more specific, the increasing propensity of shoppers to buy products traditionally sold in supermarkets at many alternative ...
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