SANDY, Utah -- Retailers expect July to be another explosive month for fireworks in the Beehive State, one of the few states in which the recreational products comprise a strong seasonal category for grocers. "We do tons of business in fireworks," said Grant Blanchard, general merchandise manager, Macey's, based here. The nine-unit grocery chain is among the state's leaders in selling the incendiary devices that people in many states in the South and West legally enjoy as part of their ...

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