AUSTIN, Texas -- As the picnic season gets in gear, supermarkets in the Austin area are using different merchandising strategies to sell paper products. Co., San Antonio, which handles accounts for H.E. Butt Grocery Co., headquartered in the same city. "There's a considerable spike in premium plates and paper products during the holiday period, but total volume, overall, during the summer months is higher, because you're selling both premium and lower-end products," he said. H-E-B ...

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