Extending the hours and days of holiday sales, bulking up displays, spotlighting gourmet pies, adding mini-cakes, store-made fudge and truffles, and initiating chainwide demos. They're all a part of retailers' efforts to make the most of the busy holiday season that's getting under way. While Thanksgiving pushes sales up for a little over a week, November is not the big sales time for bakery. It starts in December, some retailers said. “After they've bought their pies and buns for ...
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