Red-eyed mousse mice, tombstone cupcakes, cake-pop ghosts and other spooky treats mark Halloween in supermarket bakeries across the country, and many retailers are expecting these items to boost sales. But that's just the beginning. They're optimistic about their prospects for the entire holiday season, right through Christmas. Some have ordered ingredients and supplies in anticipation of up to a 15% rise in sales. Others have ordered more. Highland Park Market, ...
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