CHICAGO — The supermarket’s center aisles are staging a comeback, with sales of products merchandised in the area growing 3.1% in the 52 weeks ending Aug. 12 across food, drug and mass channels, including Wal-Mart, according to Information Resources Inc. Its latest Times & Trends report focuses on the key strategies that have led to these items’ revival. They include the creation of new health and wellness products, focused private label development, improved localized assortments, ...
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