Cuties, too, are shipped in colorful boxes that attract attention on the sales floor. Graphics show a cartoonish Cutie unzipping its skin — emphasizing how easy Cuties are to peel. Food City’s Perry said she’ll build an endcap of tangerines in December with spillovers of Cuties. She and her associates also will tie ribbons around boxes of Cuties and other clementines and set them with fruit baskets in floral. “People pick them up to take as a house gift,” ...

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