Retailers are already crunching their numbers in preparation for tax season. With growing importance of home office products of all kinds, early-year file organizational needs and the last-minute tax filing frenzy, supermarkets play a significant role in sales of these products. Whether from dedicated displays or from their regular stationery sets, grocers can expect to sell more traditional products like file folders, but also computer-related gear, as April 15 approaches. "Our stores do ...

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