By Mark Hamstra Cross-channel competition, inflation and promotional strategies have all impacted product movement in the supermarket channel in the past year. Traditional supermarkets have struggled to grow unit volume in many of the largest categories, according to data from SymphonyIRI and the Nielsen Perishables Group, as detailed on the following pages. In many categories, inflation has propelled dollar-sales gains, however. And while some supermarket operators — notably ...

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