As some 22,000 buyers converged in New York this month to preview the hot sellers at the American International Toy Fair, supermarket retailers said they are concentrating on carrying better quality toys with higher price points that have name-brand recognition. Those polled by SN were anticipating strong seasonal and holiday sales for toys, especially licensed products, in 1994. Barbie dolls, licensed Disney products, Hot Wheels, puzzles and games would continue to be strong sellers this ...

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