Foot care is poised for further growth given favorable consumer demographics and the self-treatment movement. Plus, a big player that entered the segment last year has helped propel dollar volume. Although the opportunity exists, the question remains whether supermarkets can step up and grab a bigger piece of the $615 million market. According to Information Resources Inc., Chicago, supermarkets held a 22.5% share of the total category, which includes both devices (various foot supports, ...
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