New products are a driving force to health and beauty care sales, but supermarkets continue to face the challenge of getting out of the gate first and allocating space. Those grocery chains attending this week's National Association of Chain Drug Stores' Marketplace Conference, June 15 to 18, in San Diego, are drawn primarily on the strength of the number of new products they will see or hear about on the exhibit floor. With competition from drug chains and mass merchandisers for market ...

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