SAN ANTONIO — SymphonyIRI released its annual list of New Product Pacesetters here at its CPG & Retail Summit last month. Rankings are based on year-one sales in food, drug and mass channels (excluding Wal-Mart). Besting all other new food and beverage brands in 2009 was Campbell's Select Harvest with $202 million in sales, followed by Bud Light Lime, with $133 million in revenue. “Having two items go over [$100 million] is a big deal,” Anne Berlack, executive vice president of ...
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