Grocers may not relish the hot, dog days of summer, but they could find themselves in a pickle if they don't properly merchandise their sweet and sours, dills and gherkins. The summer barbecue season is coming, and it's sure to create a rise in pickle sales, according to retailers and manufacturers. While the category's sales are generally steady year-round, manufacturers said there are periods when jumps in sales usually occur. Memorial Day and Independence Day are prime examples, they ...
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