CHICAGO -- Ragold here is playing off the current fad in phone card collecting in an end-of-year trade promotion for its new Absolute Fruit line of adult-oriented gummi candy. The confection company is distributing a limited edition of 1,000 prepaid phone cards to retail buyers through its brokered sales force, who are empowered to use them as incentives or rewards. The cards, which have a face value of $5, or up to 15 minutes of long-distance calling, are decorated with Absolute Fruit ...

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