More variety, more space and better distribution have kept supermarket produce departments' sales of refrigerated, functional juices healthy, retailers and other sources told SN. The Perishables Group, Chicago, a research and consulting firm, shows sales of functional juices up 14.4% in dollar sales, and 10.5% in unit sales, year-to-date. “New SKUs, larger packs, as well as more brands and varieties coming on the market” play major roles in the increase, said Bruce Axtman, president and ...
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