HOUSTON -- Randalls Food Markets here has begun a new marketing strategy by decreasing the number of pages in its weekly store circular and newspaper insert and focusing on health and beauty care with separate full-page ads. d." Throughout its entire HBC department, Randalls has experienced a slight sales increase since the ads broke, but "nothing significant," the source said. Randalls expects to continue running its full-page HBC ads on a regular basis in the future, added the source. ...

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