The candy aisle isn't the only home for pegged goods these days. An increasing amount of hanging bags are being brought into other areas of the store to capture shoppers' attention -- not to mention impulse sales. Supermarket retailers have long understood the importance of placing candy in several areas throughout the store. Barrels of count goods, lobby displays of seasonal items and spinner racks of chocolate bars are common sights on the perimeter of the store. But now, retailers are ...

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