SECAUCUS, N.J. -- The proliferation of short-lived prepriced items from manufacturers has become a thorn in the side of retailers, according to a panel of retail buyers from leading chains in the New York area. "There is much, much too much prepricing going on today, and it has created havoc. There can be too much of a good thing," said Gary Hilliard, vice president of grocery for Twin County Grocers, Edison, N.J. Hilliard discussed prepriced grocery items during a buyers' panel discussion ...

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