Supermarkets appeared to lose dollar sales to the drug channel, which performed quite well in comparison to all channel volume for the 15 large-volume nonfood categories tracked for the 52 weeks ending June 12, 2011. Of the $24.4 billion in sales generated across food, drug and combined food, drug and mass merchandiser channels, not including Wal-Mart Stores, supermarkets generated about 35% of dollar sales and drug stores tallied about 48% of sales of the key categories tracked. Food ...
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