FAIRFIELD, Ohio -- Kids and, perhaps, dentists in the Cincinnati area are smiling a little more these days: Year-over-year sales of sweets have jumped 20%, more than double the store's expectations, since Jungle Jim's International Market here consolidated its candy displays into a single department. Previously, sales had been growing about 2% per week, said Mark Criswell, candy buyer. Criswell attributed the recent sales lift to candy's consolidation and its new, high-traffic location ...

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