One-stop shopping marked this year's Passover season, as chains touted their stores as holiday destinations by promoting broader ranges of kosher groceries. Price has always been a linchpin of the traditionally low-margin Passover season, grocery buyers and merchandisers told SN. But this year, as in recent years, customers continued to demand more selection and showed they were willing to seek it out. "If people walk into a store and see just 12-feet of goods on two aisle endcaps, they're ...
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