Ants and yellow jackets aside, a picnic wouldn't be a picnic without paper plates and disposable cups and cutlery. And it wouldn't be summer if at least one endcap in the local supermarket wasn't piled high with picnicware to commemorate the height of the picnic season. Those endcaps and displays are helpful in building summer sales of paper goods, retailers told SN. "We always put together a picnic or summer display that includes paper plates, cups and disposable cutlery, among other ...

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