There has always been a connection between romance and food. Oysters, chocolates, strawberries — affairs of the heart always seem to go through the stomach. Yet, as one-stop food purveyors, supermarkets lag in the sale of intimacy products such as personal lubricants, massage oils and related products that are part of a new era of sexual liberation. “It's still not a topic that we're comfortable with discussing publicly, even though sex is everywhere,” noted Wendy Strgar, CEO and ...
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