August 2000
Progressive Grocer;Aug2000, Vol. 79 Issue 8, special section p30
Trade Publication
Provide information on the 1999 marketing and merchandising performance of smokeless tobacco in the United States. Sale increase posted by the product; Details on the demands of tobacco consumers; Market outlook of the business.


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