Stuff it. Cram it. Squeeze it. Jam it. Pack it. Supermarkets are finding ways to capitalize on consumers' need to collect, file, store and preserve their stuff through offering various household storage containers and organizational products. "We're getting into it more and more, dedicating sections to clothing and laundry storage with items like baskets and towers," said Thomas Shively, GM merchandiser, Supervalu, eastern region, Richmond, Va. "It's a maturing category." Jean Hoff, ...

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