For supermarket general-merchandise buyers it's back-to-school time again. This week the annual School and Home Office Products Association Show gets under way in Atlanta, Nov. 4 to 7, with 580 exhibitors taking up 40,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Georgia World Congress Center. As retailers and distributors comb the show floor for deals, new products and trends, supermarkets will be contemplating their positioning in what is a $10.3-billion business, according to a survey of 253 ...
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