July 2006
Convenience Store News;7/17/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p37
Trade Publication
The article presents information on data related to the tobacco consumption with reference to the market research conducted by the periodical "Convenience Store News," in the United States. The article shows that the sale of cigarette has been grown by 8.3% in 2005 and the sale of both cigars and moist smokeless tobacco is on rise. A Convenience Store News' Tobacco Roundtable was held in New York City in which eight convenience store retailers participated. According to the market research, dollar sales of cigarettes have increased by 8.3%.


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