Generating Excitement Through New Products

Azzato, Maureen
December 2004
Convenience Store News;12/13/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 15, pS-3
Trade Publication
The article informs that hundreds of new products and brands flood onto the shelves of every retail channel every year, and satisfying consumers is more challenging than ever before. Customers enjoy trying new products and associate the cutting-edge experience with the store where it happened. Whether customers are seeking products that enhance a healthy, vibrant lifestyle or looking for a quick snack, they look for convenience and value. In this special section, Convenience Store News presents information on new products from an impressive array of companies, among them J&J Snacks' Pretzel Fillers stuffed soft pretzels in a variety of flavors.


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