TITLE

There's a Sucker Sold Every Minute

PUB. DATE
April 2004
SOURCE
Convenience Store News;4/12/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p58
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
When it comes to lollipop sales, convenience stores (c-stores) are giving other retail segments a real While dollar sales of lollipops in all retail outlets including food stores, mass merchandisers, drugstores and c-stores, fell more than 2.2 percent for the year ending January 17, 2004, sucker sales grew by a healthy 13.8 percent in c-stores alone during that time, according to New York-based ACNielsen Convenience Track figures. Unit sales dipped 1.5 percent in c-stores — not bad compared to the 7.2-percent decline. For instance, the Topps Co.'s lollipop lines, which include Ring Pop, Push Pop, Baby Bottle Pop and the newer Juicy Drop Pop, outsell more than 99 percent of all other non-chocolate SKUs in c-stores.
ACCESSION #
12808933

 

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