WASHINGTON -- Cigar and pipe tobacco have escaped the president's Executive Order on tobacco, but cigarettes are headed for some strict restrictions. ayton-Hudson Corp., Minneapolis, announced that it is removing cigarettes from its stores. One of the major concerns in the supermarket industry is that self-service cigarette displays will be prohibited, said Tim Hammonds, president and chief executive officer of the Food Marketing Institute here. "Banning self-service displays is a very ...

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