NEW YORK -- Toys continue to pop up in nontraditional retail channels, which could be good news for supermarkets, said Reyne Rice, toy trends specialist and spokeswoman for the Toy Industry Association. "Toy companies are bringing products where the people are," Rice said at the second annual Toy Industry Association and Toy Wishes Holiday Preview held here in early October. There will probably be further moves into the supermarket channel as manufacturers recognize the value of the ...

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