PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Consolidate . . . cut-in . . . compromise? Determining the ideal placement of the $303.6 million ethnic beauty care category (excluding cosmetics) often has been a hotly debated issue. At the Chicago-based American Health and Beauty Aids Institute's 2000 Mid-Year Business Conference, held here last month, the issue was again addressed during a retailer/distributor panel discussion. Taking product from a consolidated ethnic section and cutting it into the general market ...

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