There's nothing like a massive display of chocolate bars to help drive Halloween candy sales. Large displays for Halloween and many other seasons -- supported with newspaper and circular advertisements, and coupled with hot prices -- can actually draw shoppers into a store and help win back sales that have been lost to other retail channels. Chocolate sales are also being helped by the expansion of the major manufacturers into more holiday periods. It is now common to find products from ...

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