Domestic pastas, spurred by some aggressive promotions, are keeping the wave of inexpensive imported offerings at bay. As a result, while the imports have dented domestic brands' pricing, they have not necessarily done the same in terms of shelf space. A number of supermarket chains are using low-priced imported pastas from Turkey and Italy primarily as promotional vehicles for their pasta aisle. "We've carried some of the Turkish ones on an in-and-out basis, but I can't really say ...
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