Super Bowl food sales scored a touchdown last year, as they traditionally do. According to 2002 figures from ACNielsen, sales for the week of the big game came in second or third, either to Christmas/New Year's or Fourth of July, in many of these Center Store categories: shelf stable dips, potato chips, crackers, pretzels, carbonated beverages, beer, frozen pizza, frozen hors d'oeuvres and snacks, Mexican sauce, tortilla chips, chili seasoning mix and frozen shrimp. Last year, when the St. ...

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